Definitions of Assimilated

  1. of Assimilate

Usage examples for Assimilated

  1. Youth, like the extremity of age, had effaced the strongly- marked characteristics of middle life, and mutually assimilated them all. – From-Twice-Told-Tales by Hawthorne, Nathaniel
  2. As in the beginning of the twentieth century, men's minds were receiving radical, new impressions, and had not yet assimilated or comprehended them. – Milton's England by Lucia Ames Mead
  3. He assimilated himself more to Holmes perhaps than to any of the others. – The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
  4. Indeed, it is the same with mental as with bodily food: scarcely the fifth part of what a man takes is assimilated; the remainder passes off in evaporation, respiration, and the like. – Essays of Schopenhauer by Arthur Schopenhauer
  5. But in whatever way acquired or assimilated, it is certain that there was little of the prevalent culture in cultivated Athens with which Socrates had not ultimately a working acquaintance. – A Short History of Greek Philosophy by John Marshall