be steeped in something
be steeped in (something)
To possess or display a certain characteristic or quality to a great degree. Every activity at this school is steeped in tradition.
See also: steep
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be ˈsteeped in something(written) have a lot of a particular quality: This is a city steeped in history.
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- be steeped in (something)
- than a bygod
- there was/is something about (someone or something)
- there's something about (someone or something)
- there's something about somebody/something
- a person after (one's) own
- if you've got it, flaunt it
- pretend to
- pretend to (something)
- have a case (against someone or something)