engrained vs ingrained

engrained ingrained

Definitions

  • 1) Simple past tense and past participle of engrain.

Definitions

  • 1) Fixed, established
  • 2) Being an element; present in the essence of a thing
  • 3) Worked deeply into the texture or fiber.
  • 4) Firmly established, as by long conditioning; deep-seated.
  • 5) Simple past tense and past participle of ingrain.

Examples

  • 1) Because we talked earlier about how if you pulled an opinion and you see more evidence to the contrary, your opinion becomes more ingrained.
  • 2) The suggestions they were given upturned all their ingrained beliefs and habits.
  • 3) The habit of war was deeply ingrained.
  • 4) This has become ingrained into our culture.
  • 5) It is taking a long time to shake off the attitudes that became ingrained then.
  • 6) None of us would want pessimism to become ingrained.
  • 7) It seems that negative moods are now an ingrained habit.
  • 8) The lowly status of the engineer is ingrained in our culture.
  • 9) It is in our homes and classrooms that lifelong attitudes are ingrained.
  • 10) It will only become a drawback if the habits of partisanship have become ingrained.
  • 11) He was there because of another ingrained habit.
  • 12) Patience is a virtue deeply ingrained in the sheikh.
  • 13) Human rights groups say that this abuse is ingrained in prison culture.
  • 14) It is a quality that has become ingrained since the trauma of their relegation.
  • 15) It would also run against deeply ingrained habits of discretion.
  • 16) Because my boss was steeped in that culture it became ingrained in me as well.
  • 17) From an early age they have a competitive environment in which skills become ingrained.
  • 18) Each day we make countless choices and live out deeply ingrained habits that all add up to a lifestyle.
  • 19) It is the working ejection seat that is so deeply ingrained in the consciousness of people about my age.
  • 20) That habit now seems ingrained and things that would have been luxuries to previous generations are now viewed as essentials.
  • 21) Its interior is ingrained with dirt.
  • 22) Rugby is their national sport, totally ingrained in their culture.
  • 23) Be aware of ingrained attitudes.
  • 24) You select food or "facts" that reinforce your ingrained attitude and so miss the opportunity to improve your success and your life through new and different ideas.
  • 25) I wish people would realize that the one dimensional spin engrained by years of Crossfire, Limbaugh and Daily Kos are totally missing the point.
  • 26) “Sape” referred to Homo sapiens, and barrier referred to an engrained mind-set.
  • 27) Or maybe the stories that become "engrained" do so because they satisfy some inner preference?
  • 28) At first he wanted diamonds in his, but now he doesn't care so much for diamonds and rather the "engrained" or carved look.
  • 29) The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

Examples

  • 1) Because we talked earlier about how if you pulled an opinion and you see more evidence to the contrary, your opinion becomes more ingrained.
  • 2) The suggestions they were given upturned all their ingrained beliefs and habits.
  • 3) The habit of war was deeply ingrained.
  • 4) This has become ingrained into our culture.
  • 5) It is taking a long time to shake off the attitudes that became ingrained then.
  • 6) None of us would want pessimism to become ingrained.
  • 7) It seems that negative moods are now an ingrained habit.
  • 8) The lowly status of the engineer is ingrained in our culture.
  • 9) It is in our homes and classrooms that lifelong attitudes are ingrained.
  • 10) It will only become a drawback if the habits of partisanship have become ingrained.
  • 11) He was there because of another ingrained habit.
  • 12) Patience is a virtue deeply ingrained in the sheikh.
  • 13) Human rights groups say that this abuse is ingrained in prison culture.
  • 14) It is a quality that has become ingrained since the trauma of their relegation.
  • 15) It would also run against deeply ingrained habits of discretion.
  • 16) Because my boss was steeped in that culture it became ingrained in me as well.
  • 17) From an early age they have a competitive environment in which skills become ingrained.
  • 18) Each day we make countless choices and live out deeply ingrained habits that all add up to a lifestyle.
  • 19) It is the working ejection seat that is so deeply ingrained in the consciousness of people about my age.
  • 20) That habit now seems ingrained and things that would have been luxuries to previous generations are now viewed as essentials.
  • 21) Its interior is ingrained with dirt.
  • 22) Rugby is their national sport, totally ingrained in their culture.
  • 23) Be aware of ingrained attitudes.
  • 24) You select food or "facts" that reinforce your ingrained attitude and so miss the opportunity to improve your success and your life through new and different ideas.
  • 25) ‘So the only thing keeping the reporters in line is their ingrained habit of deference towards a wartime president.’
  • 26) ‘None of these things are terrible, of course, but they do speak of certain ingrained attitudes towards women.’
  • 27) ‘The belief in a positive attitude is so ingrained in American thinking.’
  • 28) ‘Having conducted interviews with friends from her former life, I have established that it is in large part a matter of ingrained habit.’
  • 29) ‘Unfortunately, we sometimes hear of neurotic behaviors and ingrained habits such as feather-picking activities being prompted by sheer boredom.’
  • 30) ‘The major difficulty you face is the ingrained belief that there are only two viable political parties in existence.’
  • 31) ‘There are few things more firmly ingrained than one's belief system.’
  • 32) ‘Widows and widowers aren't baggage-free either, and even those stalwarts who have remained single for half a lifetime will be carrying armfuls of ingrained habits and cherished routines.’
  • 33) ‘I have not yet stopped buying the paper, as I simply find it too hard to break such an ingrained habit, but each morning I spend a little longer in the newsagent's before picking it up.’
  • 34) ‘As with America's obsession with handguns, it will take more than a few high school pupil massacres to shift the ingrained attitudes of this blinkered lobby.’
  • 35) ‘It was just that when it came to getting around the city, even to the local paper shop, he had one simple, ingrained habit - reach for the car keys.’
  • 36) ‘Committee members said ministers were not doing enough to persuade people to use less fuel and must be prepared to use tax to change ingrained habits.’
  • 37) ‘Now at nearly 21 the habit is too ingrained to break, if asked I say nothing, I would rather people did not waste their money on me.’
  • 38) ‘It also suggests ways for teachers to deal with any ingrained attitudes amongst pupils, through role plays and discussion groups.’
  • 39) ‘Materialism begins to fade and a newly awakened spirituality loosens the grip of ingrained beliefs and ideology.’
  • 40) ‘The magic is in the detail of his observation, revealing more about ingrained attitudes with a sentence than a volume of social studies.’
  • 41) ‘Letters were an addiction; memorialising the past an ingrained habit.’
  • 42) ‘As I say, this has gone on for about three weeks and, please God, the two actions are now ingrained habits.’
  • 43) ‘However, I believe that a visit by a town dweller to a game fair would challenge ingrained attitudes.’
  • 44) ‘In their eyes, nothing less than a cultural revolution was needed to purge the Chinese people of some of their most ingrained habits and cherished values.’
  • 45) ‘Internal stains in teeth, for example tetracycline stains, are extremely resistant to bleaching because the stain is so deeply ingrained in the teeth.’
  • 46) ‘He sat there surrounded by filth - thick ingrained dirt.’
  • 47) ‘Paint was peeling, floors had ingrained dirt, and all of the telephone rooms - very important for detainees' contact with the outside world - were in a disgraceful state.’
  • 48) ‘He moved quietly up the stained stone stoop; impressions of dead leaves and ingrained dirt gave the granite stairway a pepper-like color.’
  • 49) ‘As she passed the bundle to him, the tall man raised her hand, her rough hand with its ingrained dirt and torn nails, to his lips and kissed it gravely, his blue eyes dancing.’
  • 50) ‘The models usually last around three scenes before ingrained dirt and cracked limbs make them rather unphotogenic.’
  • 51) ‘Neither is leaving furniture or fittings so ingrained with dirt and dust that they are never quite the same again and, oh yes, leaving the back yard full of rubble that the dustmen will refuse to take away.’
  • 52) ‘The leather of the binding was badly scuffed in places and the edges of the pages were blackened with ingrained dust.’
  • 53) ‘I am in my old black jeans and a dark green sweatshirt, both engrained with dirt from buses and warehouses, pubs and bedsits.’
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