inculcate


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Synonyms for inculcate

Synonyms for inculcate

to fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition

to instruct in a body of doctrine or belief

Synonyms for inculcate

teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions

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Earthos owner Sonia Jaswal when asked about the choice of theme, said: "Save Our Environment theme was carefully chosen for two basic reasons -- one, to spread awareness on the essence of our environment; two, to inculcate the thought process in young minds from an early age, as they are future citizens of this world.
The bank's regional manager, Chandrashekhar Mathur, urged the women to inculcate the habit of saving money.
In its endeavour to inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship in children and young adults, the Dubai Sports Council is organising the Sports zone at Modhesh Fun CityCOs East Hall.
Having Bible classes that inculcate religion, however, is a no-no.
Regarding the dog food incident, and the ridiculous legal claim, I strongly believe the whole Fire Department personnel should go through basic military training to inculcate discipline.
Gasparri informed the AJC that the Pope "considers all men his brethren" and: "he will not cease to inculcate the observance among 'individuals, as among nations, the principles of natural right and to reprove every violation of them.
We can only seek, by universal example, to inculcate true values from the earliest possible age.
How many times have I repeated this beautiful poem by William Blake to my students, trying to inculcate them with how much of the ineffable the best architecture has.
If, indeed, an effective teacher is "the most important factor in producing consistently high levels of student achievement (Alliance for Excellent Education, 2004; Fullan, 1999; Hanushek, Kain, & Rivkin, 2001), it is incumbent upon those in the profession to explore ways to strengthen the existing practices in schools designed to inculcate new teachers into effective practice and the culture of the school.
Readers will learn How to inculcate within their children the key elements necessary to developing a health self-esteem and the integrity to make consistently good choices.
His message is clear, and oftentimes, he repeats parts of his message to drive home his points, knowing that often we must read or hear an idea or concept numerous times before we can inculcate it into our hearts and minds.
Increasingly, experts in medical education say it is vital to inculcate professional values in doctors before they begin their careers.
A casino would 'undermine efforts to inculcate the practice of hard work and honesty among our people,' he said.
The subtitle of his book is "Dispatches from the Race War"; he sees the enemy as the government that condones profiling, politicians who use stereotypes to inculcate fear of the black man to win votes, feminists who are fighting the wrong fight, the media, the police, and just about every other organized segment of American society.
Murphy argues that "the attempt to inculcate civic values in our schools is at best ineffective and often undermines the intrinsic moral purpose of schooling.