Definition of insert :
To set within something; to put or thrust in; to introduce; to cause to enter, or be included, or contained; as, to insert a scion in a stock; to insert a letter, word, or passage in a composition; to insert an advertisement in a newspaper.
get into, recruit, inscribe, acquaint, enter, enfold, innovate, inclose, figure, stack away, envelop, get in, enwrap, bring in, stash away, gusset, enrol, hold in, store, instal, chisel in, butt in, salt away, enroll, pucker, bring out, tuck, participate, infix, break in, move into, submit, barge in, sneak in, come in, confine, embark, lay in, shut in, interject, put down, hive away, creep in, present, interpolate, register, close in, inaugurate, gather, enclose, post, go into, remember, usher in, preface, go in, throw in, slip in, interlard, premise, accede, chime in, precede, wrap, cut-in, stick in, put in
book (part of speech: noun)
catalog, index, handbook, novel, chapter, booklet, log, work, pamphlet, manual, publication, verse, folio, magazine, chronicle, leaflet, textbook, monograph, serial, compendium, report, book, play book, script, tract, volume, treatise, brochure, record, tome, libretto, list
insert (part of speech: verb)
install (part of speech: verb)
enclosure (part of speech: noun)
- Now close the volume, not forgetting to insert sheets of clean paper between boards and leaves at either end, take it up again in your left hand, and pat and finger it carefully till you are satisfied that all is well. - "The Book-Hunter at Home", P. B. M. Allan.
- Insert a thin straw into the burrow and move it about. - "The Life of the Spider", J. Henri Fabre.
- D'Avenant, who was probably very well acquainted with his affairs, I should not have ventured to insert that my lord Southampton, at one time, gave him a thousand pounds to enable him to go through with a purchase to which he heard he had a mind. - "The Man Shakespeare", Frank Harris.