Examples of ingrained in a Sentence
These attitudes are very deeply ingrained in the culture.
her deeply ingrained distrust of all authority
Recent Examples of ingrained from the Web
These ways of conducting ourselves in a dining establishment are deeply ingrained.
Books and pages are ingrained deep in our psyche, and represent something accessible, engaging and often intimate.
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First Known Use of ingrained
INGRAINED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ingrained for English Language Learners
: existing for a long time and very difficult to change : firmly established
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