The castle rises from the point of a headland, and its foundations are ingrafted into a bare gray rock.
Upon its indigenous sorcery an Oriental star-worship had been ingrafted, the legends of which had lost their significance.
Perhaps the cough might have been originally an imitation also, ingrafted on the system by habit.
His grants are ingrafted on the public law of Europe, covered with the awful hoar of innumerable ages.
The Christian religion was ingrafted upon our racial life in the days of slavery.
He had no vices (even his pipe departed him after his marriage), and Mrs. Simmons had ingrafted on him divers exotic virtues.
It shows the influence of older traditions on which are ingrafted the later inspiration.
Kartoum has ingrafted all the vices of its northern society on the squalor and misery of its southern.
It is ingrafted into the line of the Honorian walls, and is best seen from the outside of the city.
Receive, then, with meekness the ingrafted word, which is able to save your souls.