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For a millennium—from the 10th to 20th centuries—the practice flourished on and off, deeply ingrained in Chinese society.

Maslany is so deeply ingrained in the DNA of Orphan Black that without her incredible performances, there would be no show.

“You learn a lot about how deeply ingrained the habit of letting go and throwing out is,” says Nagle.

It creates a type of entitlement that is so deeply ingrained that what they cannot get they destroy.

Memories of the last Western war in Libya—Mussolini's in the '30s—are deeply ingrained in Libya.

It is that of every Englishman of moderately liberal feelings, and is deeply ingrained in the nature of the ordinary American.

Consequently, the human species, like the other forms of terrestrial life, bears a deeply ingrained insular character.

None but Mildred had ever rightly read him, or knew the unselfishness that was so deeply ingrained in this man's nature.

There are some things so deeply ingrained in the Irish character that nothing and nobody can touch them.

It occurred to none of those worldly bishops to justify their worldliness,—it was far too deeply ingrained for that.


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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deeply ingrained, such as: absolute, complete, confirmed, congenital, deep down, and deep-dyed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.