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Infix

verb
(past & past part. infixed; pres. part. infixing)
1.
Put or introduce into something.  Synonyms: enter, insert, introduce.
2.
Attach a morpheme into a stem word.



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"Infix" Quotes from Famous Books



... names of those two great states. The account of this matter is very easy; for their writings, as they furnish the business of our younger, and the amusement of our riper, years; and more especially make the study of all those, who devote themselves to poetry and the stage, insensibly infix in us an excessive veneration for all affairs in which they were concerned; insomuch, that no other subjects or events seem considerable enough, or rise, in any proportion, to our ideas of the dignity of the tragic scene, but such ...
— The Art Of Poetry An Epistle To The Pisos - Q. Horatii Flacci Epistola Ad Pisones, De Arte Poetica. • Horace



Words linked to "Infix" :   embed, sandwich, transplant, cannulize, connect, plug into, attach, cannulise, implant, input, plant, plug in, affix, canulate, graft, imbed, intubate, instill, penetrate, cannulate, instil, engraft



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