• Definition for "engrain"
  • Sentence for "engrain"
  • Verb Forms for "engrain"

engrain definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To ingrain.
    • To color in grain, or of an easy color. See ingrain.
    • To incorporate with the grain or texture of anything; to infuse deeply. See Ingrain.
    • To color in imitation associated with the whole grain of timber; to grain. See Grain, v. t., 1.
    • To ingrain.
    • To dye in grain, or of an easy color. See ingrain.
    • to include using the whole grain or surface of any such thing; to infuse deeply. See Ingrain.
    • To color in replica of the whole grain of lumber; to grain. See whole grain, v. t., 1.
    • To ingrain.
    • To color in whole grain, or of an easy color. See ingrain.
    • to add using whole grain or surface of everything; to infuse profoundly. See Ingrain.
    • To color in imitation associated with grain of timber; to whole grain. See whole grain, v. t., 1.
  • verb:
    • Alternative spelling of ingrain.
    • Alternative spelling of ingrain.
    • Alternative spelling of ingrain.
  • noun:
    • See ingrain, ingrainer.
    • See ingrain, ingrainer.
    • See ingrain, ingrainer.
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