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imbued

[ im-byoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF imbued

Synonyms for imbued

  • inculcate
  • ingrain
  • instill
  • leaven
  • permeate
  • pervade
  • steep
  • suffuse
  • bathe
  • diffuse
  • impregnate
  • infix
  • inoculate
  • invest
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Antonyms for imbued

  • take out
  • drain
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMBUED

Her husband had ideas on that subject, and had imbued her with them.

The air and sunshine, nay, the very rocks are imbued with it.

Men should be imbued with a sense of their strength, not of their weakness.

Christians are imbued with a psychology derived from a completed revelation.

Imbued with a momentary courage, she advanced to her husband and took his hand.

Pomponio Leto, his preceptor, had imbued him with the spirit of the humanists.

It had humility and courage too; it was imbued with a spirit strong and calm.

The gaping planks of the guillotine are imbued with their last traces.

Both were imbued with but one thought and that thought centered on Tom Gray.

He seemed, indeed, to have been imbued with the gift of success.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMBUED

addicted

adjectivedependent on something, compulsive

charged

adjectiveloaded
  • emotional
  • filled
  • fraught
  • full
  • imbued
  • intense
  • laden
  • permeated
  • pervaded
  • saturated
  • suffused

saturated

adjectivesoggy
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