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synonyms for ingraft

  • affix
  • implant
  • propagate
  • insert
  • join
  • plant
  • unite
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antonyms for ingraft

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  • divide
  • separate
  • withdraw
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How to use ingraft in a sentence

Thus, the attempt to ingraft the virus from a first animal to a subsequent one is checked at the very beginning.
THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, JUNE, 1900VARIOUS
I ingraft, I raise heavy bodies above the clouds, and guide my course over ocean and through air.
LITERARY REMAINS (1)COLERIDGE
But I deny the right to ingraft upon it a bank, which you would not otherwise have the power to erect.
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
This doctrine was taken up by Leibnitz; but it was to ingraft upon it a most pernicious fatalism.
THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE, VOLUME 2 (OF 10)ALEXANDER POPE
Perhaps, between us both we may ingraft a little more pride in their natures, for I see they are sadly lacking.
ZULAH. ESSELSTYN LINDLEY
Whatever little advantages the old system might have, they wished to retain and ingraft upon their new life.
CAMP-FIRE AND COTTON-FIELDTHOMAS W. KNOX
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WORDS RELATED TO INGRAFT

  • affix
  • implant
  • ingraft
  • insert
  • join
  • plant
  • propagate
  • unite
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.