Imbue with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
imbue someone with something
to indoctrinate someone with something; to build something into someone. I tried to imbue my children with a strong sense of justice. Her thinking and attitudes had been imbued with childhood fears.
imbue somebody/something with something
to fill someone or something with a particular quality or feeling Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors. They seemed more interested in enriching themselves than in imbuing people with the spirit of God.
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Real characters would help instead of the teen-cake mannequins director Jaume Collet-Serra keeps wasting time trying to imbue with
personalities (yes, he's a commercials and music video guy).
Tickets to see Imbue with
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Jones's knack for choosing brilliant designers and challenging accompaniments adds emotional resonance, even to unremarkable movement, which his amazing dancers always imbue with