[in-greynd, in-greynd] /ɪnˈgreɪnd, ˈɪnˌgreɪnd/
firmly fixed; deep-rooted; inveterate:
wrought into or through the grain or fiber.
[verb in-greyn; adjective, noun in-greyn] /verb ɪnˈgreɪn; adjective, noun ˈɪnˌgreɪn/
verb (used with object)
to implant or fix deeply and firmly, as in the nature or mind.
; firmly fixed.
(of fiber or yarn) dyed in a raw state, before being woven or knitted.
made of fiber or yarn so dyed:
(of carpets) made of ingrain yarn and so woven as to show a different pattern on each side; reversible.
yarn, wool, etc., dyed before manufacture.
an ingrain carpet.
deeply impressed or instilled: his fears are deeply ingrained
(prenominal) complete or inveterate; utter: an ingrained fool
(esp of dirt) worked into or through the fibre, grain, pores, etc
verb (transitive) (ɪnˈɡreɪn)
to impress deeply on the mind or nature; instil
(archaic) to dye into the fibre of (a fabric)
variants of ingrained
(of woven or knitted articles, esp rugs and carpets) made of dyed yarn or of fibre that is dyed before being spun into yarn
1766, see engrain. Figurative use, of qualities, habits, etc., attested from 1851 (in ingrained). Of dyed carpets, etc., 1766, from in grain.
[verb in-greyn; adjective, noun in-greyn] /verb ɪnˈgreɪn; adjective, noun ˈɪnˌgreɪn/ verb (used with object) 1. to implant or fix deeply and firmly, as in the nature or mind. adjective 2. ; firmly fixed. 3. (of fiber or yarn) dyed in a raw state, before being woven or knitted. 4. made of fiber or yarn so […]
[ing-gruh m] /ˈɪŋ grəm/ noun 1. a male given name.
[in-greyt] /ˈɪn greɪt/ noun 1. an person. adjective 2. Archaic. . /ˈɪnɡreɪt; ɪnˈɡreɪt/ noun 1. an ungrateful person adjective 2. ungrateful n. “ungrateful person,” 1670s, from earlier adjective meaning “unfriendly” (late 14c.) also “ungrateful, unthankful,” from Latin ingratus “unpleasant,” also “ungrateful,” from in- “not” (see in- (1)) + gratus “pleasing, beloved, dear, agreeable” (see grace). […]
[in-grey-shee-eyt] /ɪnˈgreɪ ʃiˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), ingratiated, ingratiating. 1. to establish (oneself or someone else) in the favor or good graces of someone, especially by deliberate effort (usually followed by with): He ingratiated himself with all the guests. She ingratiated her colleagues with her well-researched project proposal. /ɪnˈɡreɪʃɪˌeɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) often foll by […]