indoctrinated

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I think it was he who indoctrinated our valiant Brigadier Batalla.

They had been raised, they had been indoctrinated and they had mated in the communes—and then gone into Sleep.

He indoctrinated me into the knotty catechism of Spanish politics.

They were all indoctrinated to a man with liberalism, and have infected the entire army.

An infidel teacher once said to a dying woman whom he had indoctrinated with his infidel notions, "Hold fast, Mary."

An entirely retrograde movement is impossible when once man is indoctrinated with a grand ideal.

You are not yet indoctrinated into the noble uses for which your honorable lord intends you.

But, if I am to be indoctrinated in the rules of decorum, I shall not look to the gentleman for instruction.

It was impossible for them to maintain their authority when the people were indoctrinated with the new ideas.

Whether it was by this sect that the Templars were indoctrinated must remain an open question.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, "to teach," from in- (2) "in" + Latin doctrina "teaching" (see doctrine). Meaning "to imbue with an idea or opinion" first recorded 1832. Related: Indoctrinated; indoctrinating. The earlier verb was indoctrine (c.1500).

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