I have never been able to imbue my poor boy with that part of his art.
We went to Newman Street two or three times, where preparations were in progress too—a good many, I observed, for enhancing the comforts of old Mr. Turveydrop, and a few for putting the newly married couple away cheaply at the top of the house—but our great point was to make the furnished lodging decent for the wedding-breakfast and to imbue Mrs. Jellyby beforehand with some faint sense of the occasion.
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She imbues her lectures with a contagious enthusiasm.
She was imbued from infancy with a sense that life should be fair.