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imbued

[ im-byood ]
/ ɪmˈbyud /
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adjective
permeated or inspired, as with an ideal, meaning, characteristic, etc.:The article provides a picture of the Jewish Diaspora and its shift from sacredly imbued patterns to more secular ones.
saturated or impregnated, as with moisture, color, etc.:Those snow cones you buy at street fairs are all far too sweet and imbued with dye.
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