- take up, as of debts or payments
- assimilate or take in
- take in, also metaphorically
- become imbued
- engage or engross wholly
- engross (oneself) fully
- take up mentally
- cause to become one with
- suck or take up or in
A small,flat absorbent pad used to medicate,drain,or protect a wound or sore.
If an aggressor is in the midst of, or just about to, attack, one need not absorb the first blow before fighting back.
on the contrary, he felt a certain degree of lightness, a faculty for absorbing the pure air, and enjoying the bright sunshine more vividly than ever
Name of Commodity: All surgical dressings including gauze, gauze sponges, gauze laps, absorbent cotton wool, and all other hospital disposal items.
A fine,powdered diatomaceous earth used in industry as a filler,a filtering agent,an absorbent,a clarifier,and an insulator.
"Some soils lack porosity, so that they' re hard to cultivate, slow to absorb water, and inclined to puddle. "
"We often need to shed our skins, those coatings and facades that we cover ourselves with," I said to my now absorbed daughter
"carbon sink: Natural structure, such as a forest, that absorbs carbon dioxide and other carbon-based emissions."
"ABsorbed in painting, you know not old age is coming; indeed, to me wealth and rank are like clouds scudding"
"Something resilient used as a rest, support, or shock absorber."