insert

[ verb in-surt; noun in-surt ]SEE DEFINITION OF insert
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After the word "played," in the fifth line, insert the words, "if it is ever played at all."

Now bore a hole in the other end, in which insert the thread.

She had managed to insert it in the door, hoping that Kay would find it.

The result of his observations I shall also insert in the Appendix.

We have to insert its thin edge at a comma, or else keep still.

It is too long to insert; but the lines at the conclusion are very like the man.

But it is not at the end of a chapter I can presume to insert his Lordship's correspondence.

Insert a clause upon postboys, sir, and I 'll second the measure.

In vain did the moose attempt to insert his head between the trees.

A copy of the Lecour petition to insert the titles into the contract of marriage.

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