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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of engrain.

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Examples

  • Walking is like that, it engrains the basic and the simple rules of life into your head as you push forward.

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  • Goldman engrains its culture from the start: recruits go through a grueling hiring process, which includes upwards of eight interviews.

    What's so great about working at Goldman? - Jan. 27, 2011

  • Khalid Bostan, of Turtle Wax, said: 'When it comes down, the ash engrains itself within rain droplets falling directly onto paintwork.

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  • The climbing of Becky's career is always offset by Derek Smeath's pursuit, which engrains Becky's embarrassment and is highlighted by her attendance to Shopaholics Anonymous.

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  • When a bank engrains itself into the historical framework of a village, you're really going to take notice.

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  • Lisbon engrains that principle into the decision making structure of the EU.

    Irish Election

  • She started engrains with us, smiling, laughing and playing with toys.

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