Can I just say I am imbued to see this show - such as - I am inspired to see that ?
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No. Something that imbues can do so with qualities or feelings, but not actions.
The cool weather imbued him with a refreshing feeling.
The color imbued a sad mood to the painting.
The cool weather inspired him to hurry.
The color inspired him to buy a shirt of the same color.