Student Thesaurus

One entry found for ingrain.
Entry Word: ingrain
Function: verb
Text: 1 to cause (as a person) to become filled or saturated with a certain quality or principle <the journalism professor ingrained his students with a deep respect for their chosen profession> -- see INFUSE
2 to produce a vivid impression of <the third-world privation he witnessed forever ingrained itself upon the young doctor's memory> -- see ENGRAVE 2
3 to set solidly in or as if in surrounding matter <tried to ingrain traditional values in their children> -- see ENTRENCH