implant[ verb im-plant, -plahnt; noun im-plant, -plahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF implant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPLANT
He is the best doctor who can implant hope and courage in the human soul.
You will also begin to implant in the boy's mind a desire for travel.
"Implant lessons of virtue and well-doing in earliest childhood," says Plato.
And as with the idea of property, so is it with all the other ideas which we have sought to implant in them.
That is not to be wondered at, either, for we have done all we can to implant it there.
Every act initiates a new habit and may implant a new instinct.
Environment will cultivate tendencies but can not implant them.
How can we implant the idea of harmony by that which is in itself a parody on art?
If he have sense and abilities, they ought rather to guard his bosom from so contemptible an inmate, than implant it there.
But God's truth must be received and its power submitted to, if it is to implant in us the supreme grace of perfect truthfulness.