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Embed   /ɪmbˈɛd/   Listen
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verb
(past & past part. embedded; pres. part. embedding)
1.
Fix or set securely or deeply.  Synonyms: engraft, imbed, implant, plant.  "The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
2.
Attach to, as a journalist to a military unit when reporting on a war.






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... wherever he scattered grass-seed, and in this way they walked entirely round the crater, Mark using up at least half of Friend Abraham White's provision in behalf of the savages of Fejee, in the way of the grasses. A gentle soft rain soon came to moisten this seed, and to embed it with whatever there was of soil on the surface, giving it every chance to take root that circumstances ...
— The Crater • James Fenimore Cooper



Words linked to "Embed" :   sink, nest, pot, introduce, imbed, group, infix, aggroup, bury, plant, enter, insert



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