WORD OF THE DAY

  im·bueimˈbyo͞o/Submitverbpast tense: imbued; past participle: imbuedinspire or permeate with a feeling or quality.“the entire performance was imbued with sparkle and elan”synonyms: permeate, saturate, diffuse, suffuse, pervade, bathe, drench, steep; MoreOrigin late Middle English (in the sense ‘saturate’): from French imbu ‘moistened,’ from Latin imbutus, past participle of imbuere ‘moisten.’Translate imbued toUse over time for: imbued Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY