ingraining ingraining


  • (n) teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition



  • 'Hunger Games'-inspired chocolates aim to catch fire with fans

    Vosges—the Chicago-based chocolatier known for ingraining combos like bacon and smoked salt into our chocolate diet—is back at it again, this time with a line of truffles and candy bars inspired by “The Hunger Games.
    on November 19, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  1. "After all of these years of my coach getting on my case and ingraining technique, technically it felt very good," said Klassen, who returned to the ice "a couple weeks ago" after her lengthy absence.
    on Feb 11, 2009 By: Cindy Klassen Source: Winnipeg Sun

  2. "While our educational system is good at ingraining feelings of respect and reverence for our Constitution, that same system is in need of great improvements in teaching what is actually in the Constitution and just why it is so important to our...
    on Jan 11, 2005 By: Robert Byrd Source: Yale Daily News

  3. On what happened to his swing Duval said: "Practice makes permanent, not actually perfect. What I was ingraining was bad habits. I was making a lot of compensatory moves for my back, my shoulder, my wrist. So through the course of that I'm...
    on Jun 13, 2004 By: David Duval Source:

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