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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinfusein‧fuse /ɪnˈfjuːz/ verb  1 [transitive] formalGIVE to fill something or someone with a particular feeling or qualitybe infused with something Her books are infused with humour and wisdom.infuse something into something These new designers are infusing fresh interest into the New York fashion scene.2 [intransitive, transitive]DFD if you infuse tea or herbs, or if they infuse, you leave them in very hot water while their taste passes into the water→ See Verb table
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infuseKnowles' Christian beliefs continue to infuse both his personal life and his politics.be infused with somethingPeople who were infused with a fervour which drove them on.It is infused with a feverish young man's notions of honour.The novel is infused with humor, irony, and grief.Being raised in Athens, the City of the Gods, I was infused with that sense of community.She had a gift for explaining how the mundane transactions of everyday living were infused with the sacred.