English words and Examples of Usage

use "incorporate" in a sentence

The stoves incorporate chimneys to properly transmit smoke outside.

That committee will incorporate recommendations made by front-line staff.

It has struggled to incorporate de-escalation into other training.

Now Riddell is looking to incorporate such sensors into the helmet itself.

There have been some attempts to incorporate actual wrestling into the festivities.

The Commerce Department," Gambino said, "asked us to incorporate that in our study.

Soon enough, you’ll be inspired to incorporate bits of rhythmic rhyme into your work.

Since I've started to incorporate a fitness regime into my game, it has really helped.

I was really excited to see that and be able to incorporate some of that in our film."

Ma said he would like to see Tsai incorporate the elements in her cross-strait policy.

And it's the only country to incorporate green building requirements into its legislation.

"We are working to incorporate feedback from both the department and community members now.

The new mandate would incorporate such analysis into official cost estimates of legislation.

Google says it will incorporate store rewards, but won't work with store credit cards to start.

You can elevate the back foot to incorporate hips flexors and quadriceps into the stretch as well.

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