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Definition of Imbue

  • To tinge deeply; to dye; to cause to absorb; as, clothes thoroughly imbued with black.
  • To tincture deply; to cause to become impressed or penetrated; as, to imbue the minds of youth with good principles.
  • suffuse with color
  • fill, soak, or imbue totally
  • spread or diffuse through

How to use imbue in a sentence. Imbue pronunciation.

It gives forth the light of religion and bestows the life of the spirit, imbues humanity with archetypal virtues and confers eternal splendors.
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Puissance catholique, elle n'est aucunement imbue d'esprit de prosélytisme papiste ni de sectarisme antireligieux.
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It imbues all classes with a respect for the thing judged, and with the notion of right.
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It is more especially by means of the jury in civil causes that the American magistrates imbue all classes of society with the spirit of their profession.
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In the Middle Ages, the tie of religion was sufficiently powerful to imbue all the different populations of Europe with the same civilization.
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In particular, he shall pass down from generation to generation the high and noble learning of the past; he shall keep alive the flower of courtesy and charity; he shall tell the dreams of past sages, and interpret them; he shall review the thronging nations; and he shall so imbue the mind with a love of truth, of ideals, of excellence, of honor, that a new race shall go out into a larger and a nobler world.
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He even dined with Imbue, and thus, by smoothing difficulties and reconciling angry passions, he succeeded at last in obtaining the consent of all to a religious peace, which was published on the 27th of December, 1578.
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He had tampered with Imbue and his crew, but he had found that they were not the men for a person of his quality to deal with.
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They are in a state of utter imperfection; the prophets imbue them with perfections.
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Here it was full of character, too, and more and more personality began to enlarge the bounds of the conventional types and to imbue fresh ones.
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They seem never to have been made; and certainly, so long as man exists, they can never perish; but, by their indestructibility itself, they are legitimate subjects for every age to clothe with its own garniture of manners and sentiment, and to imbue with its own morality.
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He caused this great city to be erected, he built a large navy, he taught people to navigate it who had scarcely before seen a vessel bigger than a Finnish schooner, and he contributed to imbue a population sunk in barbarism with a desire to assimilate to the civilised nations of Europe, while he introduced many arts and sciences before unknown into his country.
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May prosperity attend the man, because, being advanced into the vale of years, he imbues his intellect with modern subjects, and cultivates wisdom!
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Overruled by UNMIK (United Nations Mission In Kosovo), opposed by Berisha's Democratic Party, recognized only by Albania and the main Albanian party in Macedonia and bereft of finances, it was unable to imbue structure with content and provide the public goods a government is all about.
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The real anguish of those moments transcended all the fictions that the most glowing imagination ever portrayed; our seclusion, the savage nature of the inhabitants of the surrounding villages, and our immediate vicinity to the troubled sea, combined to imbue with strange horror our days of uncertainty.
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Cité d'Antin, il parut à plusieurs reprises accompagné de la baronne de Cavanon, tout imbue du vieux régime et qui venait en chaise jusque le salon, comme le Mascarille de Molière, vêtue d'une robe et d'un casaquin de soie carmélite, les cheveux poudrés et enguirlandés de petites roses; un ruban de velours rouge au col.
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Education must therefore imbue man with respect for external movements of history and with confidence in the inexhaustibleness of the progressive human spirit, since only by producing better things can he affirmatively elevate himself above his past.
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For the intelligence which moulds and informs the whole work, the spirit which pervades and imbues the general design, is of a piece, so to speak, throughout; a point imperceptible to the eye, a touchstone intangible by the finger, alike of a scholiast and a dunce.
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Now, however, the whole of the buildings were roofless and in ruins; yet, even so, they were sufficiently imposing to imbue Dick at least with several new and startling ideas regarding the extent of the civilisation to which the Peruvians had attained under the rule of the Incas.
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To diffuse a sound knowledge of Physics, and to imbue the minds of our students with correct dynamical principles, have been long regarded as among our highest functions, and very few of us can now place ourselves in the mental condition in which even such philosophers as the great Descartes were involved in the days before Newton had announced the true laws of the motion of bodies.
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Examples of Imbue

Example #1
This Sun of Reality, this center of effulgences is the prophet or Manifestation of God.
Example #2
In brief, the moral and ethical world and the world of spiritual regeneration are dependent for their progressive being upon that heavenly center of illumination.
Example #3
L'Italie semble à tous les égards comme la benjamine, la favorite de l'Europe.
Example #4
Confédération et même occuper éventuellement un jour Constantinople, sans exciter les trop justes appréhensions que provoquerait en pareil cas un des Empires précités.
Example #5
The jury, and more especially the jury in civil cases, serves to communicate the spirit of the judges to the minds of all the citizens; and this spirit, with the habits which attend it, is the soundest preparation for free institutions.
Example #6
If these two elements be removed, the love of independence is reduced to a mere destructive passion.