Imbue GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Imbue GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪmˈbju:/ (verb) to fill something with a particular feeling or quality, saturate, permeate, enrich, suffuse, permeate, impregnate, penetrate, inject, pervade, freight, instill, soak, infuse Some people argue that children learn morals on their own, or that preschool is too early to imbue children with moral values and ideas. However, that is … Read more

Pervade GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Pervade GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /pəˈveɪd/ (verb) to spread through something and become present everywhere, impregnate, suffuse, permeate, pass through, imbue, saturate, fill, steep, penetrate, perfuse, infuse, infiltrate Also known as Barrio de las Letras, Huertas was once home to prominent literary figures, Miguel de Cervantes and Lope de Vega among them. The neighborhood is committed … Read more

Satiety 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 1

Satiety 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 1 /səˈtaɪətɪ/ (noun) the feeling or state of being sated, repleteness, satisfaction, satiation, repletion, fullness, excess, surfeit, capacity, overload, overindulgence, inundation, permeation, soaking, saturation, drenching, wetting, succulence If you’ve ever wondered why you fill up on a bowl of oatmeal but can eat three doughnuts before feeling … Read more

Permeate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Permeate

Permeate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Permeate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈpɜː.mi.eɪt/ US /ˈpɝː-/ (verb) to spread through something and be present in every part of it, penetrate, imbue, infuse, pervade, suffuse, flood, saturate, soak, infiltrate, invade, spread through, leak, pass, enter, soak, impregnate, percolate: A foul smell of stale beer permeated the whole building. The table has … Read more

Pierce – English Flashcard for Pierce for IELTS

Pierce Pierce (verb) /pɪəs/ US /pɪrs/ to pass through or penetrate into something by making a hole in it with a sharp-pointed object – penetrate, enter, infiltrate, pass through, stab, impale, puncture, drill, go through, break in To wear the earrings, I had to pierce holes in my ears first. Adjective: piercing Noun: piercer