We are English by chemical action of a score of interfused bloods.
His wonder at Camelia interfused intolerably his sorrow for Mary.
Yet with some even of these a personal element is interfused.
As in all her writings of this kind, her own experience is interfused into the fiction.
For Shelley it interfused all nature and to possess it was the goal of all endeavour.
She had become deeply, tenderly acquainted with Rome; it interfused and moderated her passion.
That is to say, two separate pictures, distinct yet interfused, occupied the stage at once.
Interfused, in-tėr-fūzd′, adj. poured between: fused together: associated.
The aim of geographical exploration has, in these days, interfused with the passion for truth.
It is indivisible from it, and interfused through it like moonlight through the summer air.