Example sentences for: imbued

How can you use “imbued” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But both northern Honshu — which is more commonly known as “Tohoku” — and the northernmost island of Hokkaido offer the advantage of unspoiled countryside and friendly down-to-earth villagers still imbued with something of a frontier spirit.

  • If Dylan's ears weren't caught up by the Beatles' sound first, he never would have imbued the song with such possibilities--which I have to believe were pretty subversive back in 1964.

  • Ajami's heroes are figures such as Egypt's novelist Naguib Mahfuz, the Palestinian academic Sari Nusseibah, and the tragic Hawi--men of integrity imbued with "the old, confident spirit" of cosmopolitanism and an openness to the Western ideas that led to the Arab awakening in the first place.

  • Recommendation: A specialized and integrated national security workforce should be established at the FBI consisting of agents, analysts, linguists, and surveillance specialists who are recruited, trained, rewarded, and retained to ensure the development of an institutional culture imbued with a deep expertise in intelligence and national security.

  • "[W]e have a book worthy of its subject--graceful, astonishingly well researched, yet imbued with a sense of flow that is rarely achieved at this level of scholarship," says Daphne Merkin in the New York Times Book Review . (See Sarah Kerr's review in Slate.)


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