Example sentences for: ingrained

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

  • 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).

  • As Frankenstein's monster, his sour expression was so ingrained that you had to conclude that the mad doctor had misaligned his intestines, resulting in a steady stream of acid reflux.

  • She recently published a book called The Language of Silence , about German literature's relationship to the Holocaust, in which she accuses Grass of a flippant disregard for Germany's victims: "[T]here is an ingrained obtuseness and insensitivity to those who suffered and died, evident in a language where silence is veiled in verbal dexterity and a creative exuberance rooted in pre-Holocaust aesthetics."

  • This is not to deny that there is an ingrained poetic in BeeWee--I have been offered a smile of whiskey (who could refuse?), directed to a beach where the water he weep over the rock , and told I feels a little bit much more better, thanks.


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast