- 01. Suzie has diabetes, so she has to [inject] herself with insulin every day.02. AIDS is often spread by addicts who share needles used for [injecting] drugs.03. Chris tried to [inject] a little fun and romance into his marriage by taking his wife on weekend trips to secret locations.04. Many movie stars [inject] some kind of stuff into their lips to make them look fuller and sexier.05. The government's recent [injection] of 50 million dollars into the health care budget will be used to purchase new medical equipment.06. The doctor gave the old woman daily [injections] of iron to help increase her strength.07. The young child was given an [injection] to help stop the pain after severely breaking his arm in a car accident.08. The woman was given an [injection] to calm her down after learning that her husband had been killed in a plane crash.09. French author Colette wrote that smokers, male and female, [inject] and excuse idleness in their lives every time they light a cigarette.10. George C. Hubbs once observed that a job can be made lively and interesting only by [injecting] yourself into it.11. To capture food, the octopus pierces the shells of its prey, [injecting] poison that causes paralysis.12. Even if a poisonous snake bites you, it may not [inject] poison.13. Marc always tries to [inject] a bit of humor into our meetings at work to help everyone relax.14. Studies show that mice which are [injected] with a certain synthetic gene are as much as 60 percent stronger than untreated ones.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.