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Another word for inculcate

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Verb
  1. To fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition

      1. To instill (ideas, facts, etc.) into someone by repeated exercises
      2. To strike or hit sharply:
      3. To teach or train by putting through repeated exercises
      1. To carry through vigorously to a conclusion:
      2. To drive a blow, ball, missile, etc.
      3. (Basketball) To drive through (the lane)
      1. To become attached to and embedded in the maternal uterine lining. Used of a fertilized egg.
      2. (Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
      3. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      1. To affect strongly, often favorably:
      2. To compel (a person) to serve in the military, particularly in the naval forces, especially by seizure.
      3. (Law) To impose a constructive trust or a lien upon property, as a matter of equity, to protect a person without legal title but with a legally recognized interest.
      1. To put in drop by drop
      2. To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.
      3. To put (an idea, principle, feeling, etc.) in or into little by little; impart gradually
      1. To move with heavy steps or come down heavily while moving
      2. To move or work laboriously:
      3. To strike or drive with repeated, heavy blows
    See also:

    teach

  2. To instruct in a body of doctrine or belief

    See also:

    teach

Another word for inculcate

Verb
      1. To put in drop by drop
      2. To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.
      3. To put (an idea, principle, feeling, etc.) in or into little by little; impart gradually
      1. (Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body
      2. (Medicine) To insert or embed (an object or a device) surgically:
      3. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      1. To produce or attempt to produce a vivid impression or image of:
      2. To affect strongly, often favorably:
      3. (Law) To impose a constructive trust or a lien upon property, as a matter of equity, to protect a person without legal title but with a legally recognized interest.
    See also:

    instill

    teach