verb (used with object)
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Example sentences from the Web for ingrain
Bars and restaurants are ingrained in our national culture and history.
Also, the idea of skincare as self-care has now been ingrained into our minds.The Gen Z founders of a boutique skincare brand tackling chronic skin conditions and stigma|Rachel King|September 13, 2020|Fortune
They are deeply interconnected with the economic and financial systems and ingrained in societies.To fight systemic racism, the investment industry needs to look at its whiteness first|jakemeth|September 10, 2020|Fortune
SEO needs to be ingrained throughout every aspect of the business right now, from the very initial planning stages of any project or initiative.
The door was ajar, and he stepped into a little hall covered with ingrain carpet.K|Mary Roberts Rinehart
There was an ingrain carpet on the floor, green ivy leaves on a red ground, and clumsy, old-fashioned walnut furniture.Song of the Lark|Willa Cather
Silks and moquette harmonize as well as calico and ingrain once did.The Secret of a Happy Home (1896)|Marion Harland
They have an ingrain conviction that it is you who are wrong, not them.The Seven Curses of London|James Greenwood
Aunt Maria can't conceive of anybody's being happy that has to begin life with an ingrain carpet on the floor.My Wife and I|Harriet Beecher Stowe
British Dictionary definitions for ingrain
verb (ɪnˈɡreɪn) (tr)
- a carpet made from ingrained yarn
- such yarn