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Implant   /ɪmplˈænt/  /ˈɪmplˌænt/   Listen
Implant

verb
(past & past part. implanted; pres. part. implanting)
1.
Fix or set securely or deeply.  Synonyms: embed, engraft, imbed, plant.  "The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
2.
Become attached to and embedded in the uterus.
3.
Put firmly in the mind.  Synonym: plant.



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"Implant" Quotes from Famous Books



... truth must be received and its power submitted to, if it is to implant in us the supreme grace of perfect truthfulness. Our minds and hearts must be saturated with it by many an hour of solitary reflection, by meditation which will diffuse its aroma like a fragrant perfume through our ...
— Expositions of Holy Scripture - Ephesians; Epistles of St. Peter and St. John • Alexander Maclaren

... alone for reading about old Finn. But I wish you had seen Finn—our Finn—this morning. He was very terrible, but I never saw a dog look more magnificent. Upon my word, I believe there are very few living things that Finn could not implant fear in, if he set his mind to it; yes, and pull down, to boot—a hundred and fifty pounds of muscle and bone, and teeth ...
— Finn The Wolfhound • A. J. Dawson



Words linked to "Implant" :   artificial heart, pass, nest, enter, pot, prosthetic device, artificial joint, prosthesis, introduce, shunt, sink, attach, IOL, insert, pass on, infix, bury, communicate, pass along, put across, heart valve



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