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Synonyms for instill

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

Synonyms for instill

impart gradually

enter drop by drop

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produce or try to produce a vivid impression of

teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions

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fill, as with a certain quality

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The program has never instilled nationalism, social responsibility, or discipline.
The values he instilled are still as relevant today.
to put into the mind little by little <Patience with the ways of nature had been instilled in her by her father.
An individual is not born with a love of country, that is something that must be instilled and nurtured over a lifetime.
She has instilled in her consorts a refinement in partnering they never dreamed possible.
What more can a mother give a son in whom she's instilled integrity, industry, and a love for community?
I had peers who instilled in me a deep respect for people from all walks of life, not just my own.
While I came of age surrounded by people who were fiercely proud to be Haitian and who instilled that pride in me, I came to understand that pride in the context of being both Haitian and Black.
They arrived here because of the values you've instilled in them.
The most specific value my family instilled in me is that resources can be used and protected simultaneously.
To dream the dream of God is to be instilled with an unconventional wisdom.