imbue


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  • verb

Synonyms for imbue

Synonyms for imbue

to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

Synonyms for imbue

fill, soak, or imbue totally

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The 'Pills' exhibition by Imbue at 112 Space in Digbeth this week, explores questions of religion and faith
Imbue is a yarn with built-in antimicrobial properties to protect it.
Imbue creates street art and stickers, stencils and posters which often appear overnight.
At Las Ventanas we burn Romance Exotica aromatherapy to imbue the room with romantic magic; scatter rose petals from the door to the bed; program the CD player with romantic music; fill the bath with scented oils and bubbles, and light numerous candles.
The researchers suggest that each area binds the substance for which it has an affinity, so together the regions imbue the surface with this unique property.
These technologies combine to imbue a personal digital assistant (PDA) based on Intel's XScale(TM) processor with rich content and navigation capabilities.
He and his colleagues are now working to imbue genetically engineered bacteria with the same oxygen-support system.
Real characters would help instead of the teen-cake mannequins director Jaume Collet-Serra keeps wasting time trying to imbue with personalities (yes, he's a commercials and music video guy).
Z-Tel was formed around UNE-P with the vision of developing technology that would imbue the telephone with "Intelligent Dial Tone," wherein telephone service can be personalized to meet consumers' and businesses' diverse communications needs in an intelligent, intuitive way.
Although his work is clearly rooted in physicality, he creates contexts and contents that imbue this movement with meaning.
Z-Tel was formed around UNE-P with the vision of developing technology that would imbue the home phone with "Intelligent Dial Tone," wherein home phone service can be personalized to meet consumers' diverse communications needs in an intelligent, intuitive way.
The clarity of the dialogue is abetted by the intimacy of the Court's minimal stage area, allowing the ensemble to relate in direct, conversational tones, further underscoring the subtle emotional shifts and transformations that imbue this work.
Eager to imbue their brands with a Wild West mystique, more advertisers are filming commercials in Texas (which has become the third most popular location after California and New York).
At the entrance to the exhibiti on hangs a photograph of a shirtless young boy in shorts walking along an avenue lined with tall buildings: The intense and warm light, the frontality of the shot, and the slightly unbalanced framing imbue the boy with the fragility and self-assurance of the city dweller, at once fully in control of his space and perpetually on his way to being taken over by it; at once at the center (of the city and the image) and threatened by the margins.
Still, the show connects, since Hall is smart enough to imbue her stolid concept with a cheeky sense of humor.