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[im-bed] /ɪmˈbɛd/
verb (used with object), imbedded, imbedding.
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  • 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.
  • Something else forgotten is that once you have utility routines written, they become imbedded in almost anything else you write.
  • Trim away any cartilage and make sure no bones are still imbedded in the flesh.
  • Instead, they remain imbedded and undetectable until the blossom begins to rot.
  • imbedded in the pelvis was a spearhead made of rock.
  • Sovereignty is imbedded in each of these governmental functions.
  • Stubborn, deeply imbedded dirt or mold may need more powerful cleaning techniques.
British Dictionary definitions for imbedded


verb -beds, -bedding, -bedded
a less common spelling of embed
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