Definition of Transfuses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of transfuse) ¹



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Definition of Transfuses

1. transfuse [v] - See also: transfuse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transfuses

transfreights
transfretation
transfretations
transfrete
transfuge
transfuges
transfugitive
transfugitives
transfund
transfunded
transfunding
transfunds
transfusable
transfuse
transfused
transfuses (current term)
transfusible
transfusing
transfusion
transfusion hepatitis
transfusion nephritis
transfusion reaction
transfusional
transfusions
transfusive
transgelin
transgenderedness
transgendering

Literary usage of Transfuses

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1. The Works of Robt: Leighton by Robert Leighton, George Jerment (1805)
"... but because he is the principle of spiritual and eternal life unto us, a living foundation that transfuses this life into the whole building, ..."

2. An Introduction to the History of Medicine by Fielding Hudson Garrison (1914)
"Richard Lower transfuses blood from dog to dog. First volume of Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society) published. Colbert founds Académie des sciences ..."

3. The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life by John Donne (1839)
"... as God transfuses a measure of this right and power of taking, into them, of whom he hath said, you are God's, so he transfuses his goodness too, ..."

4. Outline Studies in Acts, Romans, First and Second Corinthians, Galatians and by William Gallogly Moorehead (1902)
"Love is positive and negative, active and passive: it vitalizes every grace, subdues every passion, transfuses every emotion, sweetens every bitter- ..."

5. The Fundamental Principles of Chemistry: An Introduction to All Text-books by Wilhelm Ostwald (1909)
"If we have to deal with two gases, one of which transfuses rapidly and the other slowly, then the gas which passes most rapidly will leave the solution ..."

6. Rousseau and Romanticism by Irving Babbitt (1919)
"... transfuses himself into nature in much the same way that Pygmalion transfuses himself into his statue. Nature is dead, as Rousseau says, unless animated ..."

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