implanted

[ verb im-plant, -plahnt; noun im-plant, -plahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF implanted

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Affections were not implanted in our nature to be suppressed and extinguished.

Macquart had implanted in her a most decided longing for ease and comfort.

The faith in life which the master had implanted in her kept her brave and steadfast.

We must disengage ourselves from the ideas which the customary use of words has implanted in us.

The discipline of pleasure is implanted chiefly by the practice of the song and the dance.

But modesty cannot be implanted by admonition only—the elders must set the example.

What a cruel lesson of mistrust and suspicion have I implanted in that honest heart!

Or may it not be a natural instinct, which is implanted in all, which perhaps you have not yet crushed by argument.

Mr. Hamlin implanted a chaste salute on its vermilion cheek.

But God has implanted in every bosom a sense of right and wrong.

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planted

adjectivecultivated
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