impregnated

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

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Impregnated by power divine, the soil was prolific in other fruits than these.

"And that I have—" The sugar was now impregnated with coffee, and he bent forward to swallow it.

His own estimate of his plight was impregnated with despair.

The odor of stables was impregnated with the scent of winter flowers and sachets.

This is principally due to the saltpetre with which it is impregnated.

The whole region round is impregnated with the odour of the oil.

They impregnated it with a growing enthusiasm for social justice.

But in every shape I am impregnated with the bitter savour of mortality.

Let it be impregnated with desire, will, purpose, personality.

As she never was out all this time, she could not be impregnated.

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