ingrain ingrain

Definition(s):

  1. (v) thoroughly work in
  2. (v) produce or try to produce a vivid impression of

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. I think now we have really started to ingrain a new culture of looking at problems and being open and I think that's your biggest safeguard.
  2. I think now we have really started to ingrain a new culture of looking at problems and being open and I think that's your biggest safeguard.

News

  • Essence speakers say education must be ingrained as one of society's top values

    Education leaders speaking at the Essence Festival on Saturday said communities and families have to ingrain education as a top priority and a guiding value to improve children's prospects for success, particularly among African-Americans. Steve Perry, founder of the...
    on July 7, 2013     Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Quotes

  1. "This game is not all that complicated. We're going to try to ingrain him as quickly as we can," Ravens coach Brian Billick said Tuesday morning. "We have to make sure we know where he's at physically. He's here plenty early enough to have an...
    on Aug 31, 2004 By: Brian Billick Source: USA Today

  2. "Those years were perfect for me to ingrain the character in me that I need to have to come and play in a major," said Baddeley, also one of the tour's most devout Christians.
    on Jun 16, 2007 By: Aaron Baddeley Source: Miami Herald

  3. "I definitely think they're trying to hammer in a mindset that we need to have -- ingrain an idea in our head," said Nystrom. "It's up to us to buy into it."
    on Oct 3, 2009 By: Eric Nystrom Source: Edmonton Sun

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engender engender
/ɛn ˈdʒɛn dər /