Yet one need not be an ascetic to assimilate spiritual life which will extend to the hereafter.
The operations of nature, to his thinking, were carried on by mythical personages very like himself; and if he could only assimilate himself to them completely he would be able to wield all their powers.
The upper part of her face was painted red and the lower part yellow, probably to assimilate her to the ruddy and orange hues of the ripe maize.
This perpetual reserve, this unwillingness to assimilate himself to others, may have been necessary for the perfection of his art.
What men need is, as much knowledge as they can assimilate and organise into a basis for action; give them more and it may become injurious.
At anybody who can assimilate simple ideas plainly expressed," declared the other positively.
But the mental effort necessary to enable the spectator, listener, or reader to assimilate the new information contained in the work, or to guess the puzzles propounded, by distracting him, hinders the infection.
A man has but to assimilate this life-conception and he will be set free, as a matter of course, from the fetters that now restrain him, and feel free as a bird who spreads his wings and flies over the wall that has kept him a prisoner.
We know that by constant common action a social group develops a common spirit and common standards of action, which then assimilate and standardize the actions of its members.
A group is needed, organized on Christian principles, and expressing the Christian spirit, which will assimilate the individual and gradually make him over into a citizen of the Kingdom of God.
In what way could they help to assimilate immigrants and to prevent the formation of several communities in the same section, overlapping, alien, and perhaps hostile?
In point of scenery, however, it is greatly inferior to that of Trincomalee, to which the absence of cultivated land, and the want of human habitations, assimilate it in other respects.
They probably derive it from the air itself, or perhaps they decompose atmospheric air, and assimilate its elements.
They were entirely out of sympathy with the original race and its ideas, and did not assimilate their religion and adopt their practices as had the Gaels.
Education seeks to assimilateits object——to make what was alien and strange to the pupil into something familiar and habitual to him.
Equally false is the idea that health depends upon the quantity and excellence of the food; without the force to assimilate it, it acts fatally rather than stimulatingly.
Circumcision was made the token of the national unity, but the nation may assimilate members to itself from other nations through this rite.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "assimilate" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.