1. teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition
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How To Use ingraining In A Sentence

  • If you lay the groundwork by ingraining good technique with lots of repetition, you can develop the comfort and confidence to focus on the target and let your athletic instincts take over.
  • Once I've got that, I repeat the number of yards to myself three or four times, ingraining it in my brain.
  • Repetition is an essential part of ingraining messages and rituals provide that consistent replication. Dr. Jim Taylor: Four Surefire Ways to Send Messages to Your Children
  • Before, I'd figure something out, then spend two hours ingraining it.
  • Even our efforts at fighting corruption will be in vain if we are not holistic in our approach by ingraining inclusiveness and merit in government action.
  • I've been trying to do more, lately, but I have a hard time ingraining things as habit sometimes.
  • If you're not crisp and fresh in recognizing and releasing thoughts, you're not really meditating; you're ingraining sloppiness.
  • She's a race-walking instructor who bubbles with enthusiasm, armed with clever similes and a rigid attitude about ingraining proper technique.
  • I definitely feel confident, things have gone well this winter … I feel confident that once I go back to a 21-stride as opposed to a 16-stride as part of the technique work he did during a short indoor season plus a couple more months of working and ingraining that technique, there's no reason why I shouldn't be able to open up with my best ever jump – ever. The 21 strides Phillips Idowu hopes will take him to Olympic gold | Anna Kessel
  • When it comes to establishment, is religion established more by an attitude that individuals, who do have religious freedom, are expected to actually *exercise* that particular muscle, or by ingraining in every faint heart the notion that you never *never* have to face the fact that others don't share your sentiments? Just in time for the election, Michael Newdow's "Under God" lawsuit is back, along with a challenge to "In God We Trust" on U.S. currency.
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