Prepositions after "imbue"
imbue with, in, by or onto?
|In 88% of cases imbue with is used|
|They've been too imbued with the new values.|
|imbued with a smoky after-hours atmosphere, ' This Was The Pace.|
|A strategic story is memorable, adaptable and imbued with meaning.|
|The attributes, abilities and powers he has been imbued with bespeak of his high status.|
|But Oates was imbued with the British tradition of self-sacrifice and the stiff upper lip.|
|Compared to which the skyline of San Francisco (or even Seattle) seems imbued with culture.|
|Until he got very old, at which point he tried to force Allard to take him to the monstastery, so he, too, could be imbued with immortality.|
|It's a must-order at Wang Xing Ji, because they truly make them near-perfect: meltingly tender, mild charring, imbued with old wine, soy sauce and syrup.|
|He may be still a professor of religion and do this; but he will show that he is imbued with none of the spirit of religion, and is a stranger to its real nature.|
|Some are still imbued with the belief that churches work for good and that all else is suspect - they are horrified at the possibility that churches might be criticised.|
|In 4% of cases imbue by is used|
|Cold intellect almost does not exist: most of our so-called logic thinking is imbued by our feelings, therefore so does our intuition.|
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