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To penetrate, or cause to penetrate (a region or group) gradually or stealthily, so as to attack or to seize control from within
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  1. To penetrate, or cause to penetrate (a region or group) gradually or stealthily, so as to attack or to seize control from within
  2. To cause (a liquid, for example) to permeate a substance by passing through its interstices or pores.
  3. To pass, or cause (individual troops) to pass, through weak places in the enemy's lines in order to attack the enemy's flanks or rear
To induce understanding or a particular sentiment in a person or persons.
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  1. To induce understanding or a particular sentiment in a person or persons.
  2. To teach by repeated instruction.
  3. To teach (others) by frequent instruction or repetition; indoctrinate:
To introduce a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
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  1. To introduce a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
  2. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
  3. To fill or cause to be filled with something:
To overspread so as to fill with a glow, color, fluid, etc.
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  1. To overspread so as to fill with a glow, color, fluid, etc.
  2. To spread through or over, as with liquid or light:
  3. To fill thoroughly or permeate, as with a quality or emotion:
To pour something out of one vessel into another.
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  1. To pour something out of one vessel into another.
  2. To give a transfusion to
  3. To cause to be instilled or imparted:
To mix or become mixed together.
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  1. To mix or become mixed together.
To fill with color; dye; tinge
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  1. To fill with color; dye; tinge
  2. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:
  3. To permeate or inspire (with principles, ideas, emotions, etc.)
To introduce into conversation or consideration:
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  1. To introduce into conversation or consideration:
  2. (Physics) To cause (a beam of particles, for example) to strike a target.
  3. To treat by means of injection:
To throw in between; interrupt with; insert; interpose
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  1. To throw in between; interrupt with; insert; interpose
  2. To assert (oneself) in a situation in which one has not previously been involved.
  3. To say or mention suddenly, often in interrupting the remarks of another:
To put or implant microorganisms into (soil, a culture medium, etc.) to develop a culture, stimulate growth, fix nitrogen, etc.
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  1. To put or implant microorganisms into (soil, a culture medium, etc.) to develop a culture, stimulate growth, fix nitrogen, etc.
  2. To introduce a serum, vaccine, or antigenic substance into the body of a person or animal, especially to produce or boost immunity to a specific disease.
  3. To inject a serum, vaccine, etc. into (a living organism), esp. in order to create immunity
To fill or saturate; cause to be permeated
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  1. To fill or saturate; cause to be permeated
  2. To fertilize (an ovum, for example).
  3. To indoctrinate or imbue (with ideas, feelings, principles, etc.)
(Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
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  1. (Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
  2. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
  3. To become attached to and embedded in the maternal uterine lining. Used of a fertilized egg.
To fix deeply or indelibly, as in the mind:
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  1. To fix deeply or indelibly, as in the mind:
  2. To work into the fiber; infuse deeply
  3. To make something deeply part of something else, either literally or figuratively.
To make known; tell; reveal
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  1. To make known; tell; reveal
  2. To grant a share of; bestow:
  3. To give a share or portion of
To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
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  1. To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
  2. To spread abroad; promulgate:
  3. To become diffused; spread.
To cause someone to have (a feeling or reaction); elicit or arouse:
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  1. To cause someone to have (a feeling or reaction); elicit or arouse:
  2. To give inspiration
  3. To arouse or produce (a thought or feeling)
To become widely dispersed; spread out:
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  1. To become widely dispersed; spread out:
  2. To make less brilliant; soften:
  3. To make known to or cause to be used by large numbers of people; disseminate:
(Law) To impose a constructive trust or a lien upon property, as a matter of equity, to protect a person without legal title but with a legally recognized interest.
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  1. (Law) To impose a constructive trust or a lien upon property, as a matter of equity, to protect a person without legal title but with a legally recognized interest.
  2. To affect strongly, often favorably:
  3. To produce or attempt to produce a vivid impression or image of:
To engage in propaganda for (a doctrine or cause).
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  1. To engage in propaganda for (a doctrine or cause).
  2. To subject (a person or group) to propaganda.
  3. To spread propaganda:
To question searchingly or fully
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  1. To question searchingly or fully
  2. To teach the principles of Christian dogma, discipline, and ethics by means of questions and answers.
To subject to brainwashing.
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  1. To subject to brainwashing.
  2. (Informal) To indoctrinate so intensively and thoroughly as to effect a radical transformation of beliefs and mental attitudes
To provide (someone) with a beginning knowledge or first experience of something:
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  1. To provide (someone) with a beginning knowledge or first experience of something:
  2. To bring into use, knowledge, or fashion; make popular or common; institute
  3. To start; open; begin
To give lessons to (a student, pupil, or class); guide the studies of; instruct
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  1. To give lessons to (a student, pupil, or class); guide the studies of; instruct
  2. To show or help (a person) to learn (how) to do something
  3. To cause to learn by example or experience:
To cause (oneself) to be involved or accepted by subtle and artful means:
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  1. To cause (oneself) to be involved or accepted by subtle and artful means:
  2. To express or otherwise convey (a thought, for example) in an indirect or insidious way.
  3. To introduce or work into gradually, indirectly, and artfully
To instruct in a body of doctrine or principles.
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  1. To instruct in a body of doctrine or principles.
  2. To imbue with a partisan or ideological point of view:
  3. To teach with a biased, one-sided or uncritical ideology.
To put into action:
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  1. To put into action:
  2. To put or set into, between, or among:
  3. To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
To introduce or inject semen into the reproductive tract of (a female).
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  1. To introduce or inject semen into the reproductive tract of (a female).
  2. To impregnate by sexual intercourse or by artificially injecting semen
  3. To implant (ideas, etc.) in (the mind, etc.)
To make something larger fit in a smaller or tight place with brute force
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  1. To make something larger fit in a smaller or tight place with brute force
To instill (ideas, facts, etc.) into someone by repeated exercises
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  1. To instill (ideas, facts, etc.) into someone by repeated exercises
  2. To teach or train by putting through repeated exercises
  3. To strike or hit sharply:
To carry through vigorously to a conclusion:
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  1. To carry through vigorously to a conclusion:
  2. To drive a blow, ball, missile, etc.
  3. (Basketball) To drive through (the lane)
To become attached to and embedded in the maternal uterine lining. Used of a fertilized egg.
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  1. To become attached to and embedded in the maternal uterine lining. Used of a fertilized egg.
  2. (Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
  3. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
To affect strongly, often favorably:
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  1. To affect strongly, often favorably:
  2. To compel (a person) to serve in the military, particularly in the naval forces, especially by seizure.
  3. (Law) To impose a constructive trust or a lien upon property, as a matter of equity, to protect a person without legal title but with a legally recognized interest.
To teach (others) by frequent instruction or repetition; indoctrinate:
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  1. To teach (others) by frequent instruction or repetition; indoctrinate:
  2. To induce understanding or a particular sentiment in a person or persons.
  3. To impress (something) upon the mind of another by frequent instruction or repetition; instill:
To move with heavy steps or come down heavily while moving
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  1. To move with heavy steps or come down heavily while moving
  2. To move or work laboriously:
  3. To strike or drive with repeated, heavy blows
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