imbed

[im-bed]
verb (used with object), imbedded, imbedding.
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imbed (ɪmˈbɛd)
 
vb , -beds, -bedding, -bedded
a less common spelling of embed

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Example sentences
The point is, technology is already imbedded into our lives and has been for a
  couple of decades.
Archaeologists found three ribs from the right side of a body imbedded in the
  sediment that has filled the sub.
Until the cell phone is imbedded into my skull, it is merely a tool.
Seven iron cauldrons from six to ten feet in diameter are imbedded in a
  gargantuan, wood-fired, stone hearth.
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