Thesaurus / instill

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Very often in girls' clubs the charitable impulse is strong and may be so led as to instill a very thoughtful sympathy for others.

Chet's whispered words were uttered with all the emphasis that horror could instill.

Brood of the Dark MoonCharles Willard Diffin

He will instill courage and patience into the souls of noble and true patriots, and teach them not to despair.

The officers must have the will to enforce it, and its vigorous enforcement must instill subordination in the soldiers.

Battle StudiesCharles-Jean-Jacques-Joseph Ardant du Picq

“The Prize for Youthful Obedience” endeavored to instill a love for animals, and to promote obedient habits.

The speaker who pleads with real feeling for his own convictions will instill his feelings into his listeners.

The Art of Public SpeakingDale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein

Many others may be used to instill the greatest spiritual ideas.

The Bible StoryRev. Newton Marshall Hall

If the disease is of such a nature as to instill fear in the minds of observers, so much the better; but that is unnecessary.

Such was the woman who was trying to instill into my wooing a little of the warmth and sympathy of her delightful nature.

He spared no expense, he rested from no efforts, to instill into the public mind a love of an employment so honorable and useful.

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