Part of speech: verb

To put or place in among other things.

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Usage examples "insert":

  1. It had been decided, after due consideration, to insert the advertisement demanded, and to take measures to entrap the writer of the letter into revealing himself- without, it is needless to add, allowing the fellow really to profit by his attempted act of extortion. - "Man and Wife", Wilkie Collins.
  2. The Assassin crouched to insert a fresh magazine into his rifle. - "Last Enemy", Henry Beam Piper.
  3. In vain she had attempted to insert other keys, obviously too large. - "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.