infuse[ in-fyooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF infuse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFUSE
Cover it, and let it stand to infuse from half an hour to an hour.
Cover the vessel, and let them infuse for twenty-four hours.
Stryker managed to infuse into his tone a deal of suspicious contempt.
We will wake it; arm it; infuse into it the living spirit of the Idea.
Cover it with a tea-cosy, and let it infuse for five minutes before using.
To dye gloves to look like York tan or Limerick, put some saffron into a pint of water boiling hot, and let it infuse all night.
Run that into another tub, and pour the rest of the water on the malt; stir it well, cover it up, and let it infuse a full hour.
Take a quantity of the herb, according to the intended strength of the liquor, and infuse it for half an hour in the boiling wort.
Such a charm, as I imagine, is the God able to infuse into his words.
But contempt for one's enemy will infuse a kind of strength in battle.