It is absurd and revolting but so ingrained that no effort is sufficient entirely to destroy it
It must Buck centuries-old, deeply ingrained Japanese customs
Chinese people must not tolerate these habits as ingrained quirks of their culture.
A system that had been ingrained for generations could not be easily undone by change from the top(Doris Kearns Goodwin)
EXCEPT for his hands and a circle of his face, his body was grey all over with ancient, ingrained dirt
an inborn sense of the appropriate.What is inbred has either existed from birth or been ingrained through earliest training or associations
Attitudes that are deeply IngraIned In the English consciousness
Both responses reflect the deeply ingrained prejudice of many Chinese against the humanities - and are grossly erroneous
Long-distance telephone conversations are costly, and letter writing is not a deeply ingrained habit
a carpet disfigured by ingrained dirt.