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Infuse

Synonyms for infuse:

Sense 1 (noun)

introduce.

Sense 2 (noun)

lace, invest with, lend, endow with, impart, mold, stamp, inject.

infuse (noun)

instill, inculcate, tincture, impregnate, steep.

Sense 1

distill.

Sense 2

insinuate, inject, invest with, impart, endow with.

Sense 3

lend.

Sense 6

lace.

Sense 7

mold.

Sense 12

stamp.

introduce

interject.

mix

intermix.

breathe (verb)

transfuse, inject.

brew (verb)

seethe, concoct, stew, soak.

color (verb)

flush.

combine (verb)

combine, concoct, compound, assemble, incorporate, compose, brew, mix, blend, amalgamate, conglomerate, fuse.

distill (verb)

brew.

flavor (verb)

lace.

infuse (verb)

infiltrate, glut, fill, permeate, inculcate, impart, steep, instill, penetrate, suffuse, pervade, seethe, impregnate, ingrain, saturate, soak, imbue.

inject (verb)

interject.

insert (verb)

introduce, insinuate.

insinuate (verb)

infiltrate.

inspire (verb)

impress.

mix (verb)

stew, meld, merge, mingle, intermix, decoct, mash.

pass (verb)

leach, flush, percolate, pass through.

weaken (verb)

adulterate.

Usage examples for infuse:

  • O 'twas an act, not for my muse To celebrate, nor the dull age, Until the country air infuse A purer rage. - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)", Isaac Disraeli.
  • He reiterated his suspicions as to the honest intentions of the government, and sought, as forcibly as possible, to infuse an equal distrust into the minds of those he addressed. - "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.

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