You'll never know in this oversized, ingrowing, fenced-off, insulated metropolis till some one writes and tells you.
At last he died before his time—killed off by an ingrowing rhyme.
Carl by no means catalogued all the details, but he did get the effect of ingrowing propriety.
They do cure thousands of people of fear and of "ingrowing thoughts."
She had said to him over and over that it was an open question, that he was troubled with an ingrowing conscience.
Culture without action is an ingrowing disease which first debilitates and then dissolves the will to live.
Something ought to be done for that ingrowing modesty of yours!
The town of Wakefield was—is—suffering from growing pains—from ingrowing pains, according to its rival, Gatesville.
Now winter was a dull inaction, a period of discontent, in which thought gnawed at him like an ingrowing toenail.
Foot-ball produces what may be called the endogenous or ingrowing toenail, stringhalt and mania.
ingrowing in·grow·ing (ĭn'grō'ĭng)
Growing inward or into a part of the body, especially into the flesh.