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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.