Imbue

• (v. t.) To tincture deply; to cause to become impressed or penetrated; as, to imbue the minds of youth with good principles. • (v. t.) To tinge deeply; to dye; to cause to absorb; as, clothes thoroughly imbued with black.
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imbue

hue verb suffuse with color
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Imbue

Im·bue' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Imbued ; present participle & verbal noun Imbuing .] [ Latin imbuere ; prefix im- in + perhaps a disused simple word akin to Latin bibere to drink. Confer Im...
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imbue

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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imbue

[v] - suffuse with color
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