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Another word for ingrain

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Verb
  1. To implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible

      1. The usually underground portion of a plant that lacks buds, leaves, or nodes and serves as support, draws minerals and water from the surrounding soil, and sometimes stores food.
      2. Any of various other underground plant parts, especially an underground stem such as a rhizome, corm, or tuber.
      3. The embedded part of an organ or structure such as a hair, tooth, or nerve, that serves as a base or support.
      1. A cottage or cabin, often rustic, used as a temporary abode or shelter:
      2. A small house on the grounds of an estate or a park, used by a caretaker or gatekeeper.
      3. An inn.
      1. To fix in the mind; instill.
      2. To insert (a morphological element) into the body of a word.
      3. An inflectional or derivational element appearing in the body of a word. For example, in Tagalog, the active verb sulat, “write,” can be converted to a passive, “written,” by inserting the infix –in–, yielding sinulat.
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. To attach firmly to something else, as by pinning or nailing.
      2. To make fast or secure:
      3. To close or connect securely, as with a lock or other device:
      1. To provide with a trench, especially for the purpose of fortifying or defending.
      2. To fix firmly or securely:
      3. To dig or occupy a trench.
      1. To fix firmly in a surrounding mass:
      2. To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole:
      3. To insert or position (a clause or phrase) within a clause or phrase.
    See also:

    move

Another word for ingrain

Verb
      1. To introduce by gradual, persistent efforts; implant:
      2. To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.
      1. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      2. To establish securely, as in the mind or consciousness; instill:
      3. To insert or embed (an object or a device) surgically:
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:
      2. To saturate, impregnate, or dye.