- ingrown hair,
- ingrown nail,
Origin of ingrown
Examples from the Web for ingrown
It took that hideous affliction to remove the even more hideous affliction of destructive and ingrown stories.The Collector: Rebecca Solnit on Textual Pleasure, Punk, and More|Lauren Elkin|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But the place itself has become oddly small: ingrown, imprisoned by habit, oblivious to its own growing irrelevance.
It had been his custom to keep his dogs inside the house, and therefore they had a thick layer of ingrown dirt in their coats.Eskimo Folktales|Unknown
They say that an ingrown nail is painful; an inpounded nail is worse.On a Donkey's Hurricane Deck|R. Pitcher Woodward
It is partly temperament, partly the ingrown habit of the pleader.The Conflict of Religions in the Early Roman Empire|T. R. Glover
He was a brooding, ingrown man, secretive and sullen, with a streak of wildness which he usually managed to control.The Man the Martians Made|Frank Belknap Long
The two little Skye terriers fondling one another are suffering from ingrown toe-nails and must needs have them cut.