Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of inject.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Like Warhol, West seems to delight in injecting what Eshun calls "a polished baseness" into high culture: hence his tweets on Napoleonic furniture and Persian rugs with "cherubic imagery".

    Kanye West: Mister Perfection is stylishly reinventing the rules of rap

  • He is fully socially conservative with a belief in injecting govt into your personal life with disregard for financial responsibility. —

    McCain Reaps $22 Million - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The glass slides straight through your skin injecting an infection which releases all past fear and pain that you normally push underneath your resilience.

    Resistance.

  • And on the other hand, I have to say that I'm very disappointed that the McCain campaign has been out there using this and in fact acknowledging after first denying making phone calls injecting religion into the campaign.

    CNN Transcript - CNN Late Edition: Both Sides for Prepare for Super Tuesday Showdown - February 27, 2000

  • Casual viewers, meanwhile, will find just as much to love, with the Coens yet again injecting in every scene their wonderful idiosyncratic touches (see: dialogue, visual style, character mannerisms, etc.), transforming what easily could’ve been a simplistic, ponderous story and turning it into one that’s at once compelling, puzzling and hilarious.

    This Week in DVD & Blu-ray: A Serious Man, Couples Retreat, Bronson, and More | /Film

  • Some folks think that Drama’s that deal with subjects like Love and/or Death must either be done as purely emotional endeavors (like Jeff Zucker’s MY LIFE and GHOST) or coldly intellectual explorations (as made famous by Stanley Kubrick’s films), but Inarritu (and his long-time writing collaborator, Guillermo Arriaga) succeeds in injecting the right amount of both approaches for films that truly affect the viewer.

    Flixnjoystix.com! » This Week @the Movies!

  • The stupidity would last, the earnestness might be fleeting, but the combination ignited a volcanic purposefulness: she had succeeded in injecting a bit of living tissue into Simon’s desiccated old fossil.

    What Happened to the Baby?

  • The stupidity would last, the earnestness might be fleeting, but the combination ignited a volcanic purposefulness: she had succeeded in injecting a bit of living tissue into Simon’s desiccated old fossil.

    What Happened to the Baby?

  • The stupidity would last, the earnestness might be fleeting, but the combination ignited a volcanic purposefulness: she had succeeded in injecting a bit of living tissue into Simon’s desiccated old fossil.

    What Happened to the Baby?

  • The greater ugliness is not the inappropriate outburst, but Ms. Dowd intentionally injecting a word loaded with a history of racial condescension to label a whole movement of opposition.

    Michael Williams (R Cand, SEN-TX) wants to talk about race. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

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