variant of embed
1 a : to enclose closely in or as if in a matrix <fossils embedded in stone> b : to make something an integral part of <the prejudices embedded in our language> c : to prepare (a microscopy specimen) for sectioning by infiltrating with and enclosing in a supporting substance
2 : to surround closely <a sweet pulp embeds the plum seed>
: to become embedded
embedmentplay \-ˈbed-mənt\ noun
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