verb (used with object), im·preg·nat·ed, im·preg·nat·ing.
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Origin of impregnate
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Years ago, some doctors, without consent, used their own sperm rather than that of donors to impregnate women who sought fertility treatment.Sacramento Report: Officials Tackle Rising Seas and Raging Fires|Sara Libby|March 19, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Birenbaum-Carmeli also points to technology that means even a near-sterile man can now be assisted to impregnate his wife.
Sex addiction is simply a new name for the old evolutionary concept—the innate urge to impregnate as many females as possible.
He squeezes it between his fingers, in order to completely impregnate it and dries it.
Her remorseful grief, though silent, seemed to impregnate the atmosphere with its heaviness.The Well-Beloved|Thomas Hardy
To impregnate these, a bunch of male flowers is carefully inserted and fastened in the calyx.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Impregnate the tissues with mucilage for twelve to twenty-four hours, according to size.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
They can impregnate cloth and leather, nay, even paper and parchment, with the most subtle venom.The Talisman|Sir Walter Scott