- v. Simple past tense and past participle of implant.
- adj. (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held
“The advent of a blood-powered fuel-cell, intended for use in implanted prostheses, is a real cyberpunkian turn of affairs, rips for plot-twists regardign vampiric blood-farms powering illicit banks of icebreakers and the like.”
“Apparatus for tracking and recovering humans utilizes an implantable transceiver incorporating a power supply and actuation system allowing the unit to remain implanted and functional for years without maintenance.”
“Word of God, instead of allowing it to penetrate more and more the inner spiritual nature: he therefore counsels them to purify themselves from all that is evil, all excrescences of the inward life which passion nourishes, and in meekness to suffer the word implanted in their hearts to take deeper and deeper root therein.”
“The righteousness of saints, both imputed and implanted, is the fine linen, clean and white, with which the bride, the Lamb's wife, is arrayed, Rev. xix.”
“Another 200 aged between 11 and 13 were given long-term implanted or injectable contraceptive devices on the NHS.”
“In contrast, the long-term implanted glucose monitor would provide continuous monitoring day and night.”
“In this interview, Mikey describes the process of getting getting an RFID tag implanted into his hand.”
“To help promote the concepts behind the technology, Thompson himself will get an RFID tag implanted under his skin.”
“She'd then implanted a code word to use as a cue for waking him up.”
“The building of the Pelzer Mill was the germination of the idea implanted by The News and Courier.”
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