incorporate

[ verb in-kawr-puh-reyt; adjective in-kawr-per-it, -prit ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorporate
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Work it into a light paste, set it before the fire to rise, incorporate a pound of carraway comfits, and an hour will bake it.

Incorporate these ingredients by pounding them together in a mortar; and if approved, add a quarter of an ounce of ginger.

He was taking note of all such things, thinking to incorporate them in his report.

An association was formed, and the legislature was asked to incorporate the school.

Will you incorporate yourselves with the Creek nation in the Far-West?

According to later usage it signifies "to take up and incorporate."

In what sequence could we incorporate that which is composed of both?

The first Congress passed the act to incorporate a National bank.

Or we might incorporate him into that burnin' lignite bed over in the butte.

Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla, and incorporate the phenolphthalein.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "to put (something) into the body or substance of (something else)," from Late Latin incorporatus, past participle of incorporare "unite into one body," from Latin in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + corpus (genitive corporis) "body" (see corporeal). Meaning "to legally form a body politic" is from 1460s. Related: Incorporated; incorporating.

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