- being or relating to a journalist assigned to travel with a military unit or political campaign:He was an embedded reporter with the First Marine Division during the invasion of Iraq.
- working closely with a group or participating in a special event as an invited expert, creative professional, etc.:As Radio 3’s first embedded composer, he is writing one new piece of music a week for the breakfast show.
How to use embedded in a sentence
Down on hands and knees looking for liver-worts, “suddenly I saw my first specimen of Thismia, a tiny flower half-imbedded in the soil,” she wrote.How passion, luck and sweat saved some of North America’s rarest plants|Susan Milius|November 5, 2020|Science News
The federal government should also rectify the imbedded tax penalties that favor foreign carmakers.
Locating it would have been comparable to stumbling upon a solitary blade of grass, imbedded in ice at the South Pole.Old Friends Are the Best|Jack Sharkey
Tail truncated, spine on the side of the tail very distinct, imbedded in a sheath.
Dark grey porphyritic hornstone, approaching to compact felspar, with imbedded crystals of felspar.
I saw the bullet imbedded in the wall near the sofa, and Ivan lay so still and peaceful, I thought he was asleep.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
Imbedded in these grotesques of sandstone were fossils of wood, of fresh-water shells, and of fishes.Overland|John William De Forest