• (imp. & p. p.) of Imbue
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imbue, imbues, imbuing, imbued 1. To inspire or to influence thoroughly; to pervade: 'His work was imbued with the revolutionary spirit.' 2. To permeate or to saturate. 3. To stain or to dye deeply. 4. Etymology: 'to cause to absorb' (feelings, opinions, etc.), from Middle French imbu (influenced by Latin imbutus, past participle of imbuere, 'mo...
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