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injected

verb as in put in, introduce

verb as in introduce into bloodstream by use of a needle

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The current FDA-approved measles vaccine consists of live but weakened measles virus that is injected into the arm.

He still seemed disappointed that, in his view, Ernst had injected politics into a job that had never before been political.

But a bit of spyware injected into the activist movement may have been sent to do the trick.

Inside the hospital, he was injected with malaria medication using unsterilized needles.

Three lucky male baboons were injected with Vasalgel and given unrestricted sexual access to 10 to 15 female baboons each.

Even when the doctors injected medicine into her arm to relieve her pain, she did not murmur.

The test is simple and harmless if the scratch is not too deep and if the protein is not injected beneath the skin.

If injected beneath the skin or rubbed into a deep scratch, the food proteins, like the pollen proteins, may be dangerous.

The protein is the same as before and can be injected once into any number of dogs without harm.

He is in a state of exquisite anaphylaxis and a dose of pollen injected into his blood may kill him in twenty minutes.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to injected, such as: insert, interject, add, infuse, implant, and instill.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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