Origin of inject
OTHER WORDS FROM injectre·in·ject, verb (used with object)un·in·ject·ed, adjective
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Origin of inject.
How to use inject in a sentence
It would inject a threat of accountability into power, and upend the impunity wartime leaders had operated under for years.
Only she can make hetersoexuality sound like a life-saving elixir that I need to inject directly into my veins.
To raise oil from the depths, rigs often inject water at high-pressure into the wells.
“Think of it like a cigarette break,” he says of the times he stops to inject.
Her aspirations were noble: Inject high art into pop music and create a Koons-esque kaleidoscope of dance tracks.
In an era of sentimental and romantic writing, she dared to inject severe realism.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
Make injections of a decoction of origane mugwort, dog's mercury, betony, and eggs; inject into the womb with a female syringe.
Which is why I prefer to inject a little randomness into my attacks on gait-recognition: I put a handful of gravel into each shoe.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
A week to ten days later inject a similar minimal lethal dose into the peritoneal cavity.
Now release the grasp of the left hand and slowly inject the fluid contained in the syringe.