Is infuse a noun or a verb?


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2012-05-10 03:04:01
2012-05-10 03:04:01

The word 'infuse' is a verb: infuse, infuses, infusing, infused. The noun form for the verb is infuser, one who infuses. Another noun form is infusion.

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