indoctrination

[ in-dok-truh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF indoctrination

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They devised a system of indoctrination unequaled by that of any other people.

The period of indoctrination varies in length with the individuals.

You will be screened now and taken to the indoctrination ward.

This indoctrination—you, the girl—you went crazy when I talked about dying—what—?

They were comparatively new here, all these in this indoctrination ward.

The agitators also have books, pamphlets, pictures, and films to facilitate the indoctrination of the masses.

For purposes of internal security, all countries relied upon the newest propaganda and indoctrination techniques.

During the indoctrination period you will do a very simple routine job in coordination with the cybernetics machines.

He told the plan over to himself every night, and told everyone about it who came in to the indoctrination ward.

It is a matter of habituation, which takes time, and which can at the same time be neutralised in some degree by indoctrination.

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