infusing (part of speech: verb)
exceeding (part of speech: verb)
satisfying (part of speech: verb)
- To the government, that by enticing the people to purchase land, the general revenue will suffer by their imprudence; to the banks, that by reckless advances capital will be sacrificed for nominal assets; and to the British merchants, that by glutting every store with speculative consignments they render their exports of no value- that they ruin the shopkeeper, whose capital they destroy by the competition and sacrifice of their own. - "The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)", John West.
- A half- crazy miner, named Comstock, had discovered there a vein of such richness that the " Comstock Lode" was presently glutting the mineral markets of the world. - "The Boys' Life of Mark Twain", Albert Bigelow Paine.
- If this had meant that " hunger of the heart which feeds upon the hope of glutting that hunger with the life- blood of the victim," as a New England divine has described it, a few paragraphs in the Criminal Code would not so entirely have made an end of it. - "Bushido, the Soul of Japan", Inazo NitobÃ©.