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verb (imbu, ing)
  1. (transitive): The act of wetting or staining an object completely with some physical quality.
The scarf was imbued with her scent.
  1. In general, any act which results in an object becoming completely permeated or impregnated by some quality.
The entire text is imbued with the sense of melancholy and hopelessness.
  1. Imbue takes meaning from the word `Imbibe`, which means, to absorb or to be filled with.
Etymology: From Latin, imbuere which means 'to wet' or 'to moisten' or 'to stain'.


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