Example sentences for: ingrained

How can you use “ingrained” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There's little evidence that an ingrained conservatism among Southern workers has kept unions out.

  • Apathy is deeply ingrained and it is unlikely things will change, despite the widespread repugnance and anger shown by most of the country's citizens," but an editorial in El Tiempo suggested otherwise.

  • Evolutionary psychology tells us that economic intercourse is about as deeply ingrained in the human brain as any other form of intercourse.

  • Complex proposals and positions don't fare well in the arena of 30-second debates--especially when the negative spots are as well done as this one and as well grounded in ingrained popular attitudes.

  • It is a legacy of evolution that teleology—the tendency to explain natural phenomena in terms of purposes—is deeply ingrained in biology, and not in other fields (Ayala 1999).


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