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ingraft

[ in-graft, -grahft ]

verb (used with object)



ingraft

/ ɪnˈɡrɑːft /

verb

  1. a variant spelling of engraft


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Derived Forms

  • inˈgraftment, noun

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Other Words From

  • in·graftment ingraf·tation noun
  • unin·grafted adjective

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Example Sentences

Thus, the attempt to ingraft the virus from a first animal to a subsequent one is checked at the very beginning.

I ingraft, I raise heavy bodies above the clouds, and guide my course over ocean and through air.

But I deny the right to ingraft upon it a bank, which you would not otherwise have the power to erect.

This doctrine was taken up by Leibnitz; but it was to ingraft upon it a most pernicious fatalism.

Perhaps, between us both we may ingraft a little more pride in their natures, for I see they are sadly lacking.

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