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imbue
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The Fountainhead
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  • All of it tends to impress upon man his essential insignificance, to crush him by sheer magnitude, to imbue him with that sacred terror which leads to the meekness of virtue.

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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.

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