inoculate

[ ih-nok-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inoculate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INOCULATE

Can we not inoculate them with smallpox, or set bloodhounds to track them?

We inoculate in him a bad spirit whose effects then turn against us.

But it was decided to divide them into two equal groups, and inoculate one group.

It costs considerable, but a little of it will inoculate a large area.

Formerly it was the custom to inoculate with small-pox to preserve from small-pox.

It is used most frequently to inoculate all forms of solid media.

They must inoculate themselves with the virus of slow death!

How shall we inoculate them against common errors in English?

The dust arising may inoculate some person prone to consumption.

They had tried to inoculate him with a love of poetry at school, but it had not taken.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INOCULATE

infused

verbintroduce; soak

inject

verbintroduce into bloodstream by use of a needle

injected

verbintroduce into bloodstream by use of a needle
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