Moreover, slaves are like other people, and imbibe
prejudices quite common to others.
Sorrow often falls like a thunderbolt, as it did on Madame Granson; but in this old maid it slowly spread like a drop of oil, which never leaves the stuff that slowly imbibes
I do not willingly enter into arithmetical explanations with an artist like you, who fears to enter my study lest she should imbibe
disagreeable or anti-poetic impressions and sensations.
It is a shame to leave him to be educated by our enemies, who will give him evil counsel; whereas, brought up by the coadjutor, for instance, he would imbibe
national principles and love his people.
At first, it lay lightly on the surface of the fluid, appearing to imbibe
none of its moisture.