Ingrained Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Ingrained Quotes from famous authors such as Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Aminatta Forna, Snoh Aalegra, Vera Rubin. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!

Football is something so ingrained in me, something I love doing and definitely something I want to do.
Ryan Fitzpatrick
Molde fits me very well; Man United fits me very well because it’s in me. It’s in your personality. It’s ingrained in you. I understand the club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Most writers I know go for word counts, and I used to be a journalist, so I guess that’s ingrained.
Aminatta Forna
I have both Swedish and Iranian cultures ingrained in me, so that’s always there. Plus my love of the U.S. began early on. But growing up in Sweden as one of the few people of color around was not easy by any means.
Snoh Aalegra
We all need permission to do science, but for reasons that are deeply ingrained in history, this permission is more often given to men than to women.
Vera Rubin
Isn’t it amazing how celebrity status preempts even the most ingrained hatreds?
Camryn Manheim
When you grew up in a household where mom would keep the extra ketchup packets from McDonald’s and keep them in a drawer just in case there came a day when you couldn’t afford to buy ketchup anymore, that gets ingrained in you.
Mick Mulvaney
I ski every three years or so. I don’t have the ingrained confidence that others do, but I’ll happily toddle about a green or blue run.
Cherie Lunghi
I always loved singing, ever since I was a child, and acting is something that always been ingrained in me.
Sara Khan
The moment we believe that success is determined by an ingrained level of ability as opposed to resilience and hard work, we will be brittle in the face of adversity.
Joshua Waitzkin
I think prejudice has gotten to a point where a lot of people hold biases in their mind and don’t even realize that they’re doing it, because it’s deeply ingrained in the fabric of what it means to be an American.
Lakeith Stanfield
With musical theatre, although there are rules, they’re so different to the ones I feel like I have accidentally been ingrained with writing pop music. The main point is to tell the story. You just have to make sure the character’s voice is strong and the storytelling is strong.
Sara Bareilles
The idea of having proper qualifications had been very much ingrained in me. My father had a steady job for the Potato Marketing Board, and the family emphasis was on getting to university.
Roger Taylor
My mom is big on moisturizer and water. She always reminds me to drink a lot of water and wear sunglasses because I always forget them when I go out, even though they are one of my favorite accessories. She always reminds me about wrinkles, and always did, so it’s kind of been ingrained into me.
Brittany Snow
I think it has just been ingrained in me since an early age that the harder you worked, the more successful you were.
Thom Tillis
For me, ‘Jewishness’ manifests within my humor, slang, cynicism, culinary tastes, and the spirit of generosity ingrained in me.
Zoe Buckman
My parents realized the dangers of raising a daughter in a social, political, and legal climate that was growing increasingly oppressive toward women and girls. Although they fled to London when I was just three weeks old, the challenges facing women’s rights in Iran became ingrained in my social consciousness.
Nazanin Boniadi
The fact that Americans do have this ingrained optimism, even against a lot of actual information about how things work, is not that bad of a quality. You know, I think it is one of our better qualities.
Brendan Hunt
In Maine, there is a deeply ingrained sense that you can always get a little more use out of something.
Tim Sample
I have often thought that one of the less attractive traits of various professional bodies and institutions is the deeply ingrained suspicion and outright hostility which can exist towards anything unorthodox or unconventional.
Prince Charles
It’s almost ingrained in people that, just like you can’t be a smart model, you can’t be a good-looking cook.
Giada De Laurentiis
Patriarchy is so ingrained in our psyche, that most us propagate it in small ways even without realizing.
Shoojit Sircar
Pro wrestling has always been ingrained into American culture. It was one of the first things that was ever on television, so everybody watched it. Countless people tell me, ‘I got into wrestling because my grandfather watched it.’ It was always there.
CM Punk
‘Better do it than wish it done,’ is a phrase ingrained in my mind.
Nicola Walker
A rivalry is me and James DeGale. That is ingrained in people now.
George Groves
My observation is that the bias against female child is deeply ingrained, especially in certain parts of India and that it’s not just the poor or the uneducated who have this bias, the well-read and the well-to-do also share it.
Abhinav Shukla
If there was no Bill Bowerman, there would have been no me. He had about as much of an impact on my life as any one person could have. He taught me about competition and ingrained it in me. He taught me not to praise ordinary performances.
Phil Knight
Emotion AI will be ingrained in the technologies we use every day, running in the background, making our tech interactions more personalized, relevant, authentic, and interactive.
Rana el Kaliouby
The ingrained image of black men being searched by the police feeds into the collective illusion that black men everywhere need to be policed more than others.
David Lammy
All I know is that, thanks to a sort of habit which has always been ingrained in me, I have never, at any moment of my life, experienced the least difficulty in addressing myself to God as to a supreme Someone.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
I don’t think I’m conscious of most of the things I’ve drawn from football, because they’re so ingrained in me now… understanding that the discipline and the routine and the regimentation to be successful.
Sam Hunt
I think if someone has a gaming obsession, ‘Ultima’ became mine. I would say no other series ingrained itself in how I want to make games or what I want them to be more than ‘Ultima’ did.
Todd Howard
It’s amazing how much misinformation there is about pregnancy and how many myths are still ingrained into our culture.
Jennifer Hyman
It is ingrained in all living creatures, first of all, to preserve their own safety, to guard against what is harmful, to strive for what is advantageous.
Saint Ambrose
I can say pretty confidently that I am not the right guy to do a superhero movie, just because I was not a comic book kid. I don’t know that mythology, and I don’t have it ingrained in me in the way that a lot of these other directors do.
Colin Trevorrow
I don’t know if there’s anything Kanye West can do that can erase his influence on me, because it’s here. It’s already there. He can’t even reverse that himself, because it’s just so ingrained in me.
We believe that one day Emotion AI will be ubiquitous, embedded on chips in our devices, ingrained into technology we use every day at home and at work.
Rana el Kaliouby
War is a crucial, deeply ingrained part of human history. It has to be understood.
Margaret MacMillan
My driving habits are so ingrained that the driving examiner would fail me in the first mile. That’s provided he hadn’t died of a heart attack by then.
Jasper Carrott
People usually think according to their inclinations, speak according to their learning and ingrained opinions, but generally act according to custom.
Francis Bacon
If you already have a piece of music ingrained in your body, why would you not play it?
Keith Jarrett
Social issues is something I’ve been a part of changing and pushing for. It’s embedded and ingrained in my soul. It’s not something that personally I try to plan. It just comes in the heat of the moment.
Liz Cambage
In the 1940s, boxing was a mainstream sport and deeply ingrained the fabric of Harlem. Joe Louis ruled the world, but the local icon was Sugar Ray Robinson.
Thomas Hauser
Artists are taught to be humble about their impact, especially in folk music. It’s so ingrained that I have a hard time even thinking I had any impact other than what a normal hit song would have.
Janis Ian
A couple days before the stunts, if I’m doing something particularly dangerous, I will go over every worst-case scenario in my head, like this could happen, this could happen, this could happen, this could happen. I try to think about that to where it’s ingrained in me.
Johnny Knoxville
Falling in love, romance, matters of the heart – when you fall in love, on some biochemical level you know there is a chance it won’t work out. It’s ingrained in us that if you take such an enormous risk on someone with your heart that it might not pay off. I gamble all my chips and I might actually lose everything.
Rachael Taylor
The Charleston shooting is a result of an ingrained culture of racism and a history of terrorism in America. It should be covered as such.
Anthea Butler
There’s no point living at my age with many ingrained great fears.
George Takei
The beauty industry is just like the fashion industry – prejudice is ingrained. But with new people coming in with fresh eyes and passion, I definitely am seeing progress.
Barbie Ferreira
People are mistaken to view cinema as some sort of gimmick. It’s very much ingrained in the ways in which we understand each other.
Nicolas Roeg
Growing up homeless many times, it’s always ingrained in me this fear that maybe I won’t have a roof over my head or maybe things are going to be taken away from me.
Chrishell Stause
Some day, the public might actually revolt against the undemocratic system of seniority that allows Congress to keep the old ways of Washington ingrained into the culture of Congress.
Chuck Todd
ABBA songs are so anthemic, and so ingrained in your system, that you can’t really remember when you heard them.
Hugh Skinner
It’s ingrained in people’s minds that it’s a typecast and a stereotype that women are just emotional and crazy.
Julia Michaels
When I play guitar, it’s automatic. I don’t try to do something; I just do it. And it’s already so ingrained in what I do, I don’t think about it. I don’t try to do something – I just do it. And the more I do it that way, the more I surprise myself. And if I surprise myself, that’s the best thing.
Yngwie Malmsteen
I feel like that’s so ingrained in so many children that you are so confined and repressed growing up that, anything you do, you have to rebel against it at some point.
Ellar Coltrane
There’s an ingrained mentality in our culture that women aren’t as good. Other places, it doesn’t exist.
Rachel Riley
If you do live shows long enough as a comedian, you can still hear that rhythm of laughing. It’s ingrained in you, and it’s not something you can really teach somebody. It comes from doing hours and hours and hours and years and decades on stage, performing in front of live crowds.
Bill Burr
The world has been set up in such a way that we don’t even realise how ingrained certain things are, like how much we live in a patriarchal society or how institutional racism is ingrained in how we see the world. We don’t realise how many things are being set in stone, in our heads.
Ncuti Gatwa
We kind of have an ingrained, parasitic society. We kind of think it’s okay to eat your neighbor.
Mark Pellegrino
A stone is ingrained with geological and historical memories.
Andy Goldsworthy
A lot of people in my generation have dared to ask questions like, ‘Who is James Dean?’ And I can’t imagine asking a question like that, just because it’s been ingrained in me since I was so young.
Lily Collins
The idea that ‘if you don’t like how things are going, you can just leave’ is so ingrained in Texas, the secession movement is no surprise.
Gail Collins
I hold an office in trust, not a title. I don’t want to say it’s a kamikaze approach to life, but it’s ingrained.
Bob Latta
My mother was a P.E. teacher, and she was kind of a fanatic about fitness and nutrition growing up, so it was ingrained in me at a young age. As I get older, I’m finding out it’s not about getting all buffed up and looking good. It’s more about staying healthy and flexible.
Josh Duhamel
The concept of surveillance is ingrained in our beings. God was the original surveillance camera.
Hasan M. Elahi