Ingrained [adjective]

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Following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier this year, a wave of protests against racial inequality swept around the globe, shining a spotlight on deeply ingrained issues of systemic racism.

We should push to ensure diversity and inclusion stay ingrained in our workplaces and in our lives.

But, overcoming institutional bias and gender discrimination is an ingrained and even structural problem that will take concerted effort over a period of years to overcome.

Pope’s conviction, embedded in social philosophy, remains ingrained in our culture today.

Twitter’s security incident emphasizes that companies need to create a culture of privacy, where it become ingrained into how employees think about everyday tasks, Turku said.

An instinctive bias in favor of one’s “in-group” and its worldview is deeply ingrained in human psychology.

On these occasions he was wrapped in an old blanket ingrained with snuff.

Only the plainsman's ingrained horror of throwing away a chance held them, shivering pitiably, to their places.

And as these were fast or durable colours we have such phrases as ‘to dye in grain,’ ‘a rogue in grain,’ ‘an ingrained habit.’

Perhaps it is no better than an ingrained and superstitious habit.