What is another word for embedded?

145 synonyms found


[ ɛmbˈɛdɪd], [ ɛmbˈɛdɪd], [ ɛ_m_b_ˈɛ_d_ɪ_d]

The word "embedded" refers to something that is firmly fixed in something else or deeply rooted within it. Synonyms for "embedded" include words like implanted, ingrained, rooted, entrenched, and imbued. These words imply a sense of permanence and a deep-seated connection between two things. Other synonyms might include words like integrated, merged, or fused, which suggest a more seamless integration between two entities. The word "embedded" is often used to describe technology or programming code that is integrated into a larger system; in this context, synonyms might include words like integrated, incorporated, or blended.

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What are the opposite words for embedded?

The antonyms for the word "embedded" denotes detachment, separation, or disconnection. The opposite of embedding something is to remove or extract it, such as extracting a file from a folder or pulling an object out of a surface. Another antonym for embedded could be "dislodged," meaning something has been forced out of its fixed position. Disconnected, non-attached, and separated are also antonyms for embedded signifying a break in continuity, communication, or integration. Unattached, unconnected, and aloof could also suggest a lack of involvement or affiliation. Appropriately using antonyms for embedded in writing or communication can help convey a more precise meaning.

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Usage examples for Embedded

It is, at least apparently, a formal precept embedded in the heart of a moral code, and good men have thought very differently indeed about its obligation upon the Christian Church.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
These last are in the Italian style, and as we saw them that soft, sunny July afternoon they were embedded in gorgeous colors, "a snow of blossoms and a wild of flowers."
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou
embedded in the preface are gems from Ruysbroeck's other writings.
"Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck"
Jethro Bithell

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