infused (part of speech: verb)
combined (part of speech: verb)
passed (part of speech: verb)
mixed (part of speech: verb)
- Alternately swearing and coaxing, and calling upon the saints, he spurred on the stragglers, helped to raise a fallen horse where help was of any avail, brought up the reserve horses to take the places of those left behind, and infused fresh courage into all by the mere force of his example.
- That he had infused poison into his son's life and compelled him, proud as he was, to forfeit the dignity of a free and high- minded man. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- Operations on the Niagara frontier were resumed by the American troops in 1814; but they were now directed by one of the new major- generals, Jacob Brown, who infused a new spirit into his soldiers. - "Union and Democracy", Allen Johnson.