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Synonyms for ingrain

to implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible

Synonyms for ingrain

thoroughly work in


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produce or try to produce a vivid impression of

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Now let me see--hum, yes, we was discussing ingrains," he continued briskly.
Elizabeth, to whom this speech was addressed, did not reply, but moved slowly up the hall by herself, fixing her eyes on the little figure of the English ingrain carpet that covered the floor; while, on the other hand, Richard gave a loud crack with his whip, as the stranger disappeared, and cried:
I think, in some preexistent state, he must have been in the higher circles of spirits, and brought all his old court pride along with him; for it was ingrain, bred in the bone, though he was originally of poor and not in any way of noble family.
The Land of Sokmunster is a wildly adventurous and remarkably wordy picturebook about a young boy's adventure in the Land of Sokmunster, where a lost sock learns of friendship, an old sock king discovers forgiveness, and a boy ingrains the meaning of responsibility and caring for others.
We are confident in their ability to lead a successful campaign that ingrains us in our new neighborhood locations and introduces us to local media professionals," said Jeremy Kugel, director of marketing for Caribou Coffee.