interfused

See: conjoint
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The deepest pathos of Phoebe's voice and song, moreover, came sifted through the golden texture of a cheery spirit, and was somehow so interfused with the quality thence acquired, that one's heart felt all the lighter for having wept at it.
In either case, there was very much the same solemnity of demeanour on the part of the spectators, as befitted a people among whom religion and law were almost identical, and in whose character both were so thoroughly interfused, that the mildest and severest acts of public discipline were alike made venerable and awful.
Nor could the young bride any longer deny that a radiance was breaking through the mist, and changing its dim hue to a dusky red, which continually grew more vivid, as if brilliant particles were interfused with the gloom.
Woolf's characters are life-like, for she persistentiy conveys her sense that human beings are not single entities but multi-dimensional selves composed of complexly layered interfused experiences, entwining the past with the present in a state of flux.
And I have felt A presence that disturbs me with the joy Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime Of something far more deeply interfused, Whose dwelling is the light of setting suns, And the round ocean and the living air, And the blue sky, and in the mind of man; A motion and a spirit, that impels All thinking things, all objects of all thought, And rolls through all things.
It is a deep play in which the power to affect and the power to be affected are both called upon, in which action and passion are interfused. Becoming is intense.
Nothing in Curnow could be called 'Wordsworthian' in either a Christian or a pantheist sense: there is no reassuring adult awareness of the 'something far more deeply interfused' of 'Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey'; no sustaining 'natural piety' of 'My heart leaps up when I behold'.
The history of civil rights and environmental history are interfused. Claborn provides histories that can add to the intellectual and political diversity of movements for environmental, climate, and interspecies justice.
Merwin's re-collection of family anecdotes and origins shares certain risk or unreliability found in all autobiography as a genre: later projections are interfused with earlier memory fragments to create a halo of intimate distance.
Professional organizations, such as SPOD, are repositories of organizational knowledge, and, interfused with professional ethics, offer members menus of "what works" and what does not.
According to Soriano, the millennials' top choice would be to live in a thriving, mixed-use community interfused with residential projects, offices, and commercial areas as these make living in a condominium unit highly convenient.