impregnate

[ verb im-preg-neyt, im-preg-neyt; adjective im-preg-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impregnate

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It is only necessary that one should meet the female egg in order to impregnate it.

Nor is it necessary to impregnate the beer-wort with yeast to provoke fermentation.

He had sought to impregnate his colleagues with the same loftiness of principle—he had failed.

There is no identity of matter between me as I now am, and me as an impregnate ovum.

But he knows that she will impregnate him as well, give him power from her strength.

Snails and worms are hermaphrodite, yet cannot impregnate themselves.

Would to God we could impregnate our hearts with these truths.

The roots and vegetables you use must be boiled first, or they will impregnate the soup with too strong a flavour.

He breathed gently through a tube into a deep glass mug, so as to impregnate all the air in the mug with this quality.

Clearly when last it was an impregnate ovum or some still lower form of life which resulted in that impregnate ovum.

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