inculcate

[ in-kuhl-keyt, in-kuhl-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inculcate

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But in that I have never omitted to inculcate a strict adherence to the principles of it.

To stern moralists it is an occasion for the hard lessons they love to inculcate.

To inculcate this principle is the highest mission of the higher education.

That's the way to inculcate a filthy pharisaic conceit into a child.

This I most readily grant; it is the doctrine I wish to inculcate.

He had never endeavored to inculcate knowledge of a positive sort in his pupils.

The mores of groups contain their answer, which they inculcate on the young.

It was this reliance that I was endeavouring to inculcate in every day's work in the Chapel.

His laws were intended to check luxury and to inculcate the simplest habits.

What an opportunity to inculcate lessons in domestic economy at first hand!

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