ingrained with

See: accustomed
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In recognition of this ambiguity, the viewer potentially occupies both subject positions; yet, whatever compassion the fiction of knowin what it feels like on the "other" side might generate, the exhibition's visitor profile posited by this piece is deeply ingrained with racist attitudes.
A company's culture should be ingrained with a common understanding of the values needed to succeed," said Selberg.