Pronunciation of In-Grain
/ɪnɡɹˈe͡ɪn/, /ɪnɡɹˈe‍ɪn/, /ɪ_n_ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_n/

Synonyms for in-grain

embed (verb)

bury, dig in, enclose, fasten, hammer in, impact, infix, ingrain, inlay, insert, install, lodge, pierce, plant, plunge, press, root, set, stick in, tuck in, drive in, put into, deposit, ram in, stuff in, thrust in.

engrave (verb)

bite, burn, chase, chisel, crosshatch, cut, diaper, embed, etch, grave, hatch, impress, imprint, initial, inscribe, intaglio, lithograph, mezzotint, ornament, print, scratch, stipple, Enchase.

entrench (verb)

anchor, confirm, define, ensconce, fence, fortify, found, ground, hole up, protect, seat, settle, strengthen.

etch (verb)

compose, corrode, delineate, depict, describe, eat into, engrave, erode, execute, furrow, incise, outline, picture, portray, reduce, represent, set forth, stamp.

fix (verb)

affix, attach, bind, catch, cement, congeal, connect, consolidate, couple, entrench, glue, graft, harden, inculcate, link, locate, moor, nail down, pin, place, position, rigidify, rivet, secure, solidify, stabilize, stay put, steady, stick, stiffen, thicken, tie, freeze to.

imbue (verb)

bathe, diffuse, impregnate, inoculate, invest, leaven, permeate, pervade, steep, suffuse.

infuse (verb)

animate, imbue, impart, indoctrinate, inspire, intersperse, saturate, breathe into.

ingrain (verb)

fix, implant, instill, teach.

interject (verb)

add, import, include, infiltrate, infuse, inject, insinuate, intercalate, interpolate, interpose, introduce, intrude, put in, splice, Parenthesize, fill in, squeeze in, force in.

lodge (verb)

abide, imbed, remain, stay, come to rest.

permeate (verb)

charge, drench, fill, go through, invade, pass through, penetrate, percolate, seep, soak, stab, stalk, transfuse, Interfuse.

pin on (verb)

assign, blame, impute.

root (verb)

burrow, delve, ferret, forage, grub, grub up, hunt, nose, poke, pry, rummage.

steep (verb)

damp, immerse, macerate, marinate, moisten, sodden, sop, souse, submerge, waterlog.