How that always plays itself out, I don't know, but he's not an ingrained partisan.
Only in Detroit is the name Ford as ingrained as it is in Memphis.
That said, the ingrained belief that today is simply the latest episode of familiar patterns is crippling our ability to function.
In America this isn't really a debate—it's ingrained in the law.
Polling is ingrained in American politics, but it does not come without its problems.
He wanted to stalk out, but ingrained discipline chained him to the spot.
It is ingrained in them, they only sink from it to cover their natural instincts of infidelity.
Perhaps it is no better than an ingrained and superstitious habit.
The idea of the squeeze seems to be ingrained in the Chinese.
The chieftain's self-confidence was so ingrained and deeply set that he could not doubt his own triumph.