Despite the 21 years I did in prison for a drug conviction, I am assimilating back into mainstream or, dare I say, white America.
There are no easy solutions to assimilating refugees into a solid culture.
But we also possess capacities other than these for assimilating and using a language.
Or, as conventional as ever, our own method is the scientific method of assimilating.
The juice of lemons and other acid fruits is usually grateful, and assists in assimilating any excess in nutriment.
He turned to the lake and consumed five minutes in assimilating her remark.
Historical truth is reached by balancing everything, and not by assimilating that which easily suits.
He is of the kind who drink in the life universal, assimilating it to themselves.
This organism possesses also the power of assimilating the free nitrogen of the air.
Several of its members were in favour of assimilating Reform, 1867.
early 15c., from Latin assimilatus "feigned, pretended, fictitious," past participle of assimilare "to make like," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + simulare "make similar," from similis "like, resembling" (see similar). Originally transitive (with to); intransitive use first recorded 1837. Related: Assimilated; assimilating.
assimilate as·sim·i·late (ə-sĭm'ə-lāt')
v. as·sim·i·lat·ed, as·sim·i·lat·ing, as·sim·i·lates
To consume and incorporate nutrients into the body after digestion.
To transform food into living tissue by the process of anabolism.