verb (used with object), im·bed·ded, im·bed·ding. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for imbedded

Contemporary Examples of imbedded

  • The federal government should also rectify the imbedded tax penalties that favor foreign carmakers.

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    Obama Lied about Romney and GM

    Justin Green

    October 23, 2012

Historical Examples of imbedded

  • The sphere was transparent, you see, imbedded with dark microscopic specks.

  • The papers were placed in a water-tight can, and imbedded in the sand in the barrel.

    Seek and Find

    Oliver Optic

  • But imbedded in it was a huddled form, brown and hard as old wood.

    The Eternal Wall

    Raymond Zinke Gallun

  • Her wounds stiffened and festered from imbedded shot, and she was dry and feverish.

    The Yellow Horde

    Hal G. Evarts

  • A broken mast 17 stump was imbedded upright in the sand at one spot.

    The Dragon's Secret

    Augusta Huiell Seaman

British Dictionary definitions for imbedded


verb -beds, -bedding or -bedded

a less common spelling of embed
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