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Word: impregnate

Definition: make pregnant; fill thoroughly; saturate


Sentences Containing 'impregnate'

1794 Charles Willson Peale recorded in his memo book using wax to impregnate paintings.
As an alternative to a narrow-minded rationalism –such as the logical positivism, the analytical philosophy or the marxist thought–, Trias, who has never been an irrationalist philosopher, intends to extend reason to those spheres which are still reluctant to it, although they can somehow impregnate it.
The incubi or male demons then use the semen to impregnate human females, thus explaining how demons could apparently sire children despite the traditional belief that they were incapable of reproduction.
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