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
All of these major pieces of social legislation at first faced skepticism or even opposition — and then became ingrained in American life.
Even the show’s ideas of parody and sarcasm are definitely ingrained in my comedy sensibilities.
But the idea of the hustle is deeply ingrained in my boys.
Expecting crazy things to happen in Big Sur seems deeply ingrained in the mindset here, where crises like this year's are always possible.
The pageant is a Miss America state organization and deeply ingrained in that ethos is the spirit of community service.
But one ingrained aspect of French politics remains beyond his grasp: the fact that bureaucrats can hold political office—multiple offices, in fact—without having to quit the civil service.
In the countless interactions of this sort, encompassing everything from choosing the intensity of lighting to illuminate Platt’s solos, to picking the fonts and pantone colors of the ads, a musical’s impact and identity became ingrained.
Israel has long complained of ingrained anti-Israel bias within the U.N., where Israel and its allies are far outnumbered by Arab countries and their supporters.
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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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