impregnate impregnate  /ɪm ˈprɛɡ ˌneɪt/


  1. (v) fill, as with a certain quality
  2. (v) infuse or fill completely
  3. (v) fertilize and cause to grow
  4. (v) make pregnant


  1. Because of the competition of other males, his reign over a harem or troop is usually short, and his genetic drive dictates that he impregnate the females as quickly as possible.
  2. For instance, as the Journal of Natural History noted in 2006, male dung flies often must compete violently to impregnate females.
  3. The husband's sperm is used to impregnate a woman artificially; the embryo is then flushed out and implanted in the man's wife.


  • Queen Elizabeth II's Granddaughter Zara Phillips is Pregnant

    Kate Middleton’s not the only royal whose husband can turn the lights out and lie on top of her flailing away like a beached whale for a few minutes before managing to successfully impregnate her. Oh no. Zara Phillips is expecting a baby in the New Year with hubby Mike Tindall – giving the Duchess of Cambridge someone to drink wine with while the kids play with each other, allowing them to moan ...
    on July 8, 2013     Source: Opposing Views


  1. Of the Pats QB, Kimmel said: "What impressed me most is that he could impregnate two models."
    on Oct 19, 2007 By: Jimmy Kimmel Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  2. "There's no question that this movie was my reaction to the war in Iraq," Iñárritu explained. "This war cannot help but impregnate you with strong feelings. There was so much fear after 9/11, and that fear caused people to make the wrong...
    on Mar 11, 2007 By: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu Source: New York Times

  3. "All those [commercials] are hilarious," Wendt said. "That Levitra commercial, that's priceless. The idea that you would require medication to get ......" "Come on. You are testosterone, Coach. CoaDitka can impregnate a woman just by...
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: George Wendt Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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