infuse

Infuse vs Interject - What's the difference?

infuse | interject |


In lang=en terms the difference between infuse and interject

is that infuse is to make an infusion with (an ingredient); to tincture; to saturate while interject is to interpose oneself; to intervene.

As verbs the difference between infuse and interject

is that infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill while interject is to insert something between other things.

Impute vs Infuse - What's the difference?

impute | infuse |


As verbs the difference between impute and infuse

is that impute is while infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

Flood vs Infuse - What's the difference?

flood | infuse |


As a proper noun flood

is (biblical) the flood referred to in the book of genesis in the old testament.

As a verb infuse is

to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

Unify vs Infuse - What's the difference?

unify | infuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between unify and infuse

is that unify is become one while infuse is to make an infusion with (an ingredient); to tincture; to saturate.

As verbs the difference between unify and infuse

is that unify is cause to become one; make into a unit; consolidate; merge; combine while infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

Infuse vs Full - What's the difference?

infuse | full |


As a verb infuse

is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

As an adjective full is

foul, rotten.

Rattle vs Infuse - What's the difference?

rattle | infuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between rattle and infuse

is that rattle is to make a rattling noise; to make noise by or from shaking while infuse is to make an infusion with (an ingredient); to tincture; to saturate.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between rattle and infuse

is that rattle is (obsolete) to scold; to rail at while infuse is (obsolete) to pour in, as a liquid; to pour (into or upon); to shed.

As verbs the difference between rattle and infuse

is that rattle is (ergative) to create a rattling sound by shaking or striking while infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

As a noun rattle

is (onomatopoeia) a sound made by loose objects shaking or vibrating against one another.

Infuse vs Embed - What's the difference?

infuse | embed |


As verbs the difference between infuse and embed

is that infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill while embed is to lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to embed a thing in clay, mortar, or sand.

As a noun embed is

an embedded reporter/journalist: a war reporter assigned to and travelling with a military unit.

Boil vs Infuse - What's the difference?

boil | infuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between boil and infuse

is that boil is of a liquid, to begin to turn into a gas, seethe while infuse is to make an infusion with (an ingredient); to tincture; to saturate.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between boil and infuse

is that boil is (obsolete) to steep or soak in warm water while infuse is (obsolete) to pour in, as a liquid; to pour (into or upon); to shed.

As verbs the difference between boil and infuse

is that boil is to heat (a liquid) to the point where it begins to turn into a gas while infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

As a noun boil

is a localized accumulation of pus in the skin, resulting from infection or boil can be the point at which fluid begins to change to a vapour.

Infuse vs Interfused - What's the difference?

infuse | interfused |


As verbs the difference between infuse and interfused

is that infuse is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill while interfused is (interfuse).

Infuse vs Voracious - What's the difference?

infuse | voracious |


As a verb infuse

is to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

As an adjective voracious is

wanting or devouring great quantities of food.

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