ingrown : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  growing abnormally into the flesh
    an ingrown toenail

  • Set within the confines of a nameless, failing white-collar business, it chronicles the company's increasingly intense, intricate office culture, which gets more and more ingrown .
  • Besides plain old age, she was afflicted with an ingrown toenail, bad teeth.
  • One arrested planter told sheriff's deputies he was suffering from an ingrown toenail, an excuse that did not impress them.
News & Articles

  • Best Places For Laser Hair Removal In DFW
    Say goodbye to razors, tweezers and ingrown hairs, and hello to everlasting smooth, silky and clear skin with these top DFW laser hair removal locations.
    June 11, 2013 - CBS Dallas - Fort Worth

  • Barack Obama in Times Online
    Sometimes policymaking in Washington can become a little bit too ingrown, a little bit too insular,Mr Obama said. "The walls of the echo chamber can sometimes keep out fresh voices and new ways of thinking."
  • Lance Armstrong in USA Today
    If a 40-year-old woman is diagnosed with breast cancer or an ingrown toenail, it's all there,Armstrong said.
  • Katharine Hepburn in
    After Tom was gone,recalled Hepburn many years afterwards, "I believe my personality changed. I went from being totally open to life to being closed to life. You might say ingrown, sort of like a toenail can get when your shoe is too...

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