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Examples from the Web for ingrafted
But the idea of a progressive tax was ingrafted into the law.
The dialogue was ingrafted on the chorus, and naturally partook of its character.
Upon its indigenous sorcery an Oriental star-worship had been ingrafted, the legends of which had lost their significance.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)
John William Draper
His grants are ingrafted on the public law of Europe, covered with the awful hoar of innumerable ages.
He had no vices (even his pipe departed him after his marriage), and Mrs. Simmons had ingrafted on him divers exotic virtues.
- a variant spelling of engraft