indoctrinate


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Synonyms for indoctrinate

to instruct in a body of doctrine or belief

to teach to accept a system of thought uncritically

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Duterte threatened on Monday, to bomblumad schools that he said where being used to indoctrinate youngsters with the communist ideology and subversion, a move that drew condemnation and concern from various groups.
The Maoists do come to these places to indoctrinate the youth.
There are no adequate safeguards present, nor could there be, to ensure that state funds are not being directly spent to indoctrinate Iowa inmates.
The Calderdale councillor, who represents Luddendenfoot, said: "On four occasions I have been rung up by members of the PCT in an attempt to indoctrinate us.
It does not indoctrinate, because diversity, counter-argument, reappraisal, and qualification are its essence.
Religious parents from all religions, with the collusion of their priests and ministers, always indoctrinate their children into their own beliefs long before they are old enough to be able to make their own minds up about such very important steps.
Calls for an end to child conscriptions, however, will likely go unheeded, particularly by the left-wing guerrillas, whose policy is to recruit children and indoctrinate them with Marxist ideals.
Gregoire's plans, Bell persuasively argues, were indebted not only to the Revolutionary quest for a citizenry universally devoted to the patrie and its laws, but were also analogous to, and inspired by, the priestly effort to indoctrinate the masses during the Catholic Reformation.
We all know that shows like this--and years and years of more subtle predecessors--have always been the way we avowed homosexuals indoctrinate unsuspecting heterosexuals into our deviant lifestyle.
Sir, - With regard to the demonstrations by schoolchildren against the prosecution of a war declared after due democratic process - there is some evidence that leads one to suspect that some teachers are using their privileged position to indoctrinate their impressionable charges with their own political views.
In Egypt the government is not taking care of masses of people with medical problems, but the Islamist clinic down the street will, and it will also indoctrinate you.
In the play, Colonel Purdy sends Captain Fisby to indoctrinate Okinawans in the virtues of American democracy.
In a candid interview with NBC's Rock Center, Marty Rathbun said he believed officials used Scientology to indoctrinate Cruise's adopted children against Kidman after she split up with Cruise 11 years ago.
The fact that extreme speakers have toured mosques for the last 10 years to indoctrinate the youth and the professionals into a violent ideology?
It would also give Carroll more time to indoctrinate players about the Bulldogs.