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Ingrained [Adjective]

Sentence: Spritz culture is ingrained in the cities and towns of northern Italy, where ice-filled chalices of the classic combo — bitter liqueur and sparkling wine or water (or both) — refract sunlight on every other cafe table. You can even buy a spritz at the Venice airport before you board your plane. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Firmly fixed or established (habit, belief, or attitude); Difficult to change.

How To Remember?

You put the habit, belief or attitude firmly inside the grain making the habit, belief or attitude an inherent part of the grain.

Synonyms?

Entrenched; Established; Fixed; Inculcated; Instilled; Inveterate; Ineradicable; Implanted; Rooted.

Antonyms? 

Transient.

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[Ingrained = Entrenched]

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