infuse

Part of speech: verb

To instil; inculcate.

Part of speech: verb

To steep; pour in.

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Usage examples "infuse":

  1. When she did get back to the farm she could only report from the Northwicks that she had said pretty much what she thought she would like to say to Suzette concerning her wilfulness and obstinacy in wishing to give up her property; but Matt inferred that she had at the same time been able to infuse so much motherly comfort into her scolding that it had left the girl consoled and encouraged. - "The Quality of Mercy", W. D. Howells.
  2. This extract was obtained by the hot infusion, in a close covered wooden vessel set to infuse the evening before brewing; in this process one third more hops should be allowed; these hops need not be wasted, as they will answer well for table beer, or single ale, brewed according to the preceding processes; but, in either case, one hour's strong boiling will answer for single ale, half an hour for table beer will be sufficient, on account of the increased quantity of hops. - "The American Practical Brewer and Tanner", Joseph Coppinger.
  3. But if we will take Him for our Saviour by simple trust, He will give us His own presence in our hearts, and infuse there a hope full of immortality. - "The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon", Alexander Maclaren.