Prepositions after "ingrain"

"ingrain in" or "ingrain into"?

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In 66% of cases ingrain in is used

It's ingrained in society to the point where its almost overlooked.

They are seen as an economic necessity in some regions, or are deeply ingrained in local culture.

They take decades to solidify and get ingrained in the collective psyche of the citizens of a country.

The cultural judgments that have been ingrained in us by birth start taking root more firmly than ever.

How the idea of separatism got ingrained in the minds of disillusioned Tamils has been discussed earlier.

These factors from earlier, harder ages are now ingrained in us as the standards by which we judge people.

Moreover, to create a dynamic sphere we need a well-informed citizenry where civil etiquette are well ingrained in them.

But media, too, have their own corporate interests to look after then to fight a problem which has been ingrained in the system.

This kind of religious fanaticism is so deeply ingrained in our society's psyche that anybody who dares to rebel against it is automatically termed an apostate.

What it is about is the general behavior that's ingrained in our society, with how we are using words and how they are loaded with mixed feelings for different people.

In 21% of cases ingrain into is used

Let's just say; the Naughty Step had a child-sized bum mark ingrained into the carpet.

The creation and consumption of content, especially visual content, is ingrained into our modern world.

It shouldn't be this scary thing, instead it should be ingrained into the way the organization operates.

Hatred against Pakistan, Pak Army and Punjabis has been ingrained into the young and impressionable minds of Baloch students.

The stiff upper lip that their the British Elite ingrained into their sheeple will not work anymore as the British population explodes.

Actually this was so ingrained into our brains that when tomatoes were first introduced into Europe people thought it was poisonous and refused to eat it.

Pak lah tried but failed miserably because the adverse culture ingrained into UMNO and the Barisan Nasional government by Mahathir will take more then Pak Lah to change it.

In 4% of cases ingrain with is used

People have been ingrained with an anti-government propaganda that says that anything that the government pushes for must be bad.

In 2% of cases ingrain by is used

A status quo that developed rapidly and remained ingrained by the unhealthy and insincere struggle for power among the middle class.

In 2% of cases ingrain within is used

To nurture is ingrained within my DNA.

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