infix

[ verb in-fiks, in-fiks; noun in-fiks ]SEE DEFINITION OF infix
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I have a friend who loves me as his life, and in whose breast I should infix a mortal sting if I ungratefully left him.

It is more than to infuse, it is to infix it in such a manner as that it never may wear out.

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