Ingrain

• (a.) Dyed with grain, or kermes. • (a.) Dyed before manufacture, -- said of the material of a textile fabric; hence, in general, thoroughly inwrought; forming an essential part of the substance. • (n.) An ingrain fabric, as a carpet. • (v. t.) To work into the natural texture or into the mental or moral constitution of; to sta...
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Ingrain

(from the article `floor covering`) Machine-made rugs and carpets take their names from the looms employed—Wilton, for example—or the construction method, such as ingrain or Brussels.
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ingrain

1. To dye with or in grain or kermes. ... 2. To dye in the grain, or before manufacture. ... 3. To work into the natural texture or into the mental or moral constitution of; to stain; to saturate; to imbue; to infix deeply. 'Our fields ingrained with blood.' (Daniel) 'Cruelty and jealousy seem to be ingrained in a man who has these vices at all.' (...
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ingrain

grain verb thoroughly work in; `His hands were grained with dirt`
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Ingrain

In'grain` adjective [ Prefix in- in + grain kermes. See Engrain , Grain .] 1. Dyed with grain, or kermes. [ Obsolete] 2. Dyed before manufacture, -- said of the material of a textile fabric; hence, in general, thoroughly inwrought; forming an essential part...
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Ingrain

In'grain` noun An ingrain fabric, as a carpet.
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Ingrain

In'grain` transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ingrained ; present participle & verbal noun Ingraining .] [ Written also engrain .] 1. To dye with or in grain or kermes. 2. To dye in the grain, or before ...
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ingrain

British flat-weave carpets that are reversible, having the same pattern appearing in a different colour on either side. They are also known as double-cloth carpets, and have been woven since c. 1824 at many factories, particularly kidderminster, but developed mainly in the USA from 1850 .
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ingrain

[v] - thoroughly work in
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