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infusion
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

3 uses
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Definition
to add something to something else to make it better; or the thing added
  • "Robert?" she said, taken aback, a faint perfume infusing the cold air.
    p. 355.8
  • She lay still beneath the sun, watching him work, remembering days early in their marriage when they'd gone out for long walks in the spring evenings, holding hands, the air infused with scents of honeysuckle and hyacinths.
    p. 174.3
  • She loved waking to the warm, heavy length of Al sleeping beside her, his hand coming to rest, lightly, on the flat of her belly, the scent of him—fresh soap and Old Spice—slowly infusing the room, the sheets, the towels.
    p. 223.1

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