What is another word for in-sinuates?

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[ ɪnsˈɪnjuːˌe͡ɪts], [ ɪnsˈɪnjuːˌe‍ɪts], [ ɪ_n_s_ˈɪ_n_j_uː_ˌeɪ_t_s]

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How to use "In-sinuates" in context?

In-sinuates, when you ingest substances into your body by ingestion. Often when substances are ingested into the body, they are broken down into smaller molecules that are more easily absorbed into the system. These smaller molecules then travel to the target organ where they can exert their effects. Water is a great example of an in-sinuate. When you drink water, the water molecules are absorbed into your body and travel to your stomach. Once in your stomach, the water molecule are broken down into Hydrogen and Oxygen. The Hydrogen travels to your small intestine where it can combine with other nutrients to create energy for your body.

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