Definition of Infusive

1. a. Having the power of infusion; inspiring; influencing.



Definition of Infusive

1. Adjective. Having the power of infusion; inspiring; influencing. ¹

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Definition of Infusive

1. capable of infusing [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infusive

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infusibleness
infusiblenesses
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infusive (current term)
infusodecoction
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Literary usage of Infusive

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1. Scientific Religion: Or, Higher Possibilities of Life and Practice Through by Laurence Oliphant, Haskett Smith (1888)
"A vessel so filled is purified by two means, which may be termed positive and negative; or, in other words, infusive and effusive. That is to say, ..."

2. The Seasons by James Thomson, Partick Murdoch (1847)
"... And sing the infusive force of Spring on manj When heaven and earth, as if contending, vie To raise his being, and serene his soul. ..."

3. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1910)
"When the Father and the Son begat Christ from the Holy Ghost, the Spirit, or prima femina, could not comprehend the fulness of their infusive light; ..."

4. The Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson (1854)
"Still let my Song a nobler note assume, sco And sing the infusive force of Spring on Man ; When Heaven and Earth, as if contending, vie To raise his being, ..."

5. The Complete Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson, James Logie Robertson (1908)
"Still let my song a nobler note assume, And sing the infusive force of Spring on man ; When heaven and earth, as if contending, vie To raise his being and ..."

6. Mineral Deposits by Waldemar Lindgren (1913)
"molten sulphides, perhaps to be considered as residual solutions from adjoining infusive bodies. ..."

7. The Treatment of Nature in English Poetry Between Pope and Wordsworth by Myra Reynolds (1909)
"He sings the "infusive force" of spring on man, When heaven and earth as if contending vie To raise his being, and serene his soul.1 It is his delight to ..."

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