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Americans and English are apt to regard it as merely the oral inculcation of established truths.
A Drama, he feels, should not aim at the inculcation of any definite maxim; the moral of it lies in the action and the character.
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
Evangelistic efforts, the relief of the sick and poor, and the inculcation of temperance are zealously carried on.
Legal and moral precepts, such as the inculcation of justice and a benevolent disposition for the good of society.
Yet I am constrained to say, the inculcation of these principals has been altogether a too predominant idea.
BLACK AND WHITETIMOTHY THOMAS FORTUNE
The language of Scripture was undeniable in its inculcation of a teachable and childlike spirit.
THE CHURCH INDEXWILLIAM PEPPERELL
The splendid purpose which science serves is the inculcation of principle and balance, not facts.
And the best of it is that they are as it were unconsciously learnt, acquired by practice, not by inculcation.
This seems to contradict what I have said of the steady inculcation of forbearance and non-resistance by the abolitionists.
SLAVERYWILLIAM E. CHANNING
The inculcation of this peculiar morality of the intelligence is one of the most urgently needed processes of our time.

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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