OTHER WORDS FROM ingraftin·graft·ment, in·graf·ta·tion, nounun·in·graft·ed, adjective
How to use ingraft in a sentence
But the idea of a progressive tax was ingrafted into the law.
Elias Hicks ingrafted some reform ideas into the Quaker faith, and instituted a new society of that order.The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors|Kersey Graves
Perhaps the cough might have been originally an imitation also, ingrafted on the system by habit.
Their original history was foreign, and ingrafted upon the history of the country where they settled.
The people of the Bay Islands can be ingrafted on your Republic only by wise concessions properly made.By-Ways of War|James Jeffrey Roche