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Definitionto fill with or diffuse throughout — especially an emotional quality
- They took it for granted that she was imbued with their own patriotic fervor and would have been shocked to know how slight an interest in the war she had.2.8 (93% in)
- Among these were the Yankee schoolmarms who had come South imbued with the desire to uplift the Negro and the Scallawags who had been born good Democrats but had turned Republican after the surrender.5.49 (77% in)
There are no more uses of "imbue" in Gone with the Wind.
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