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embedded
used in The Bourne Identity

6 uses
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Definition
firmly within
in various senses, including:
  • firmly stuck into — as a thorn into a finger
  • enclosed within — as a fossil within a rock
  • implanted as a part — sometimes specifically of a reporter living with a military unit
  • Two muted gunshots preceded the closing of the doors, the bullets embedding themselves in the thick wood of the ceiling.
    Chapter 5 (1% in)
  • A gunshot; the bullet imbedded in the metal of the door.
    Chapter 9 (19% in)
  • He climbed the steps, aware that the pressure of his weight on the iron grids embedded in the stone beneath him triggered electronic devices that in turn activated cameras, producing his image on screens inside.
    Chapter 19 (18% in)
  • I am in my labyrinth again, and the walls are imbedded with spikes.
    Chapter 24 (99% in)
  • Two more spits came in rapid succession, the first imbedded in the side of the taxi, the second exploding the asphalt.
    Chapter 35 (13% in)
  • A long staccato burst from a Sten gun echoed throughout the room, throughout the entire house, a thousand dead sounds forming a running chord beneath, as sprays of bullets imbedded in a lead shield backed by a steel plate in the door.
    Chapter 35 (77% in)

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