infuse

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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.

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