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Definition of "infuses" []

  • To instil or inculcate (verb)
  • To inspire; emotionally charge (verb)
  • To soak or be soaked in order to extract flavour or other properties (verb)
  • To pour (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of infuse. (verb)

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Use "infuses" in a sentence
  • "The Yiddish word infuses the basic German denotation -- "person" -- with an almost indefinable connotation."
  • "Thus, while religion infuses the lives of individual African Americans, one misses the essence of Black Protestantism by focusing only on individualized measures of personal religiosity."
  • "Religion infuses the lives of African Americans in a way it does not for most whites."