How much evidence do they need to see that Republicans will return to Washington imbued with the spirit of partisan hostility?
To keep himself loose and pliable and imbued with the mischievousness that nourished him, Paul often resorted to practical jokes.
I was at first puzzled that Russell had imbued Polito with such benevolent qualities.
The pumpkin seeds, trapped in the heat of the caramel, are imbued with an autumnal, resiny resonance.
Laid back and imbued with a healthy sense of self deprecation, Venezuelans occasionally take to the streets to protest.
Not by words but by her whole being she imbued me with love.
Her husband had ideas on that subject, and had imbued her with them.
He was imbued with an exaggerated idea of his own importance, and possessed of most unblushing assurance.
The air and sunshine, nay, the very rocks are imbued with it.
He, though he is imbued in the Socratic lectures, will not morosely reject thee.
early 15c., "to keep wet; to soak, saturate;" also figuratively "to cause to absorb" (feelings, opinions, etc.), from Latin imbuere "moisten," of uncertain origin, perhaps from the same root as imbrication. Cf. also Old French embu, past participle of emboivre, from Latin imbibere "drink in, soak in" (see imbibe), which might have influenced the English word. Related: Imbued; imbuing.