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  • verb Present participle of assimulate.

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Examples

  • For those who are capable of reading and assimulating information?

    McCain Campaign's Ad Spending Now Nearly 100 Percent Devoted To Attack Ads

  • Therefore we might conclude that it is water which is regurgitated, and in such quantity as to preclude the idea of its being stored anywhere but in the stomach; but the question is, how it is so stored there without assimulating with the food in the process of digestion.

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

  • Tho '_Clarissa_ unfortunately met with _Lovelace_, yet I can imagine her with a Lover whose honest Heart, assimulating with hers, would have given her leave, as she herself wishes, to have shewn the Frankness of her Disposition, and to have openly avowed her Love.

    Remarks on Clarissa (1749)

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yes, they are called @nchor babies, for they anchor the families here pretty much for good-and those anchors do not speak English for the most part, and are not assimulating to American culture.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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