engrainedness

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ingrained or engrained (ɪnˈɡreɪnd)
 
adj
1.  deeply impressed or instilled: his fears are deeply ingrained
2.  (prenominal) complete or inveterate; utter: an ingrained fool
3.  (esp of dirt) worked into or through the fibre, grain, pores, etc
 
engrained or engrained
 
adj
 
ingrainedly or engrained
 
adv
 
engrainedly or engrained
 
adv
 
in'grainedness or engrained
 
n
 
en'grainedness or engrained
 
n

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