Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

inculcate someone with something

to touch or impress someone with some specific knowledge. The teacher sought to inculcate the students with the knowledge they needed. Her parents inculcated her with good manners.
See also: inculcate

inculcate something in (to) someone

to instill specific knowledge into someone; to teach something to someone so that it will be remembered. They inculcated good manners into their children all their lives. We tried to inculcate good morals into our students.
See also: inculcate
References in periodicals archive ?
Taking up captainship in team games inculcates leadership qualities.
Religious schools are the perfect places for Bible classes that inculcate religion.
What about those commonly used in many Christian day schools that inculcate disrespect for values and traditions outside Christian fundamentalism?
I believe the MLDA of 21 has been a significant factor in curbing alcohol abuse among young people, and view it as supporting and reinforcing the messages about alcohol abuse, which I am attempting to inculcate in my children.
Though our early youth groups inculcate various physical and maturity considerations that require prudence and precaution, all of these concerns can be put to rest with intelligent screening, planning, instruction, and supervision.
And they are working hard to inculcate this thinking throughout the organization, not just throwing out slogans and banners and hoping something will catch until the next clever idea comes along.
Contributing to the problem, many sociologists of American religion believe that degree of religiosity is connected to domestic practice, and that Catholics score lower than evangelicals due to parental overreliance on religious schools and parishes to inculcate religion in their children.
Law and common sense requires schools to inculcate values.
You can start to inculcate in them some important investment knowledge," says Jonathan D.
Harlan, I am truly appreciative of your courageous way of standing up in the boat and telling us that we need to move beyond the minority group model and inculcate a more encompassing paradigmic conceptualization of disability and rehabilitation.
Sandeep Farias, Vice President and Country Director of Unitus India, said, "This initiative was conceptualized to inculcate a culture of efficiency, not just in our MFI partners, but across the microfinance industry.
He said the education in our schools, colleges and universities should inculcate the teachings of Islam into the students so that they contribute in establishing a corruption and crime-free society.
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain Thursday urged the writers and intellectuals to play their role to inculcate tolerance in the society and said that research, education and democracy must be the basis for national stability.
The objective of this initiative was to inculcate a culture of entrepreneurship amongst the youth, and to generate employment opportunities and improve the economic status of the tribal community.
The participants were apprised that aims & objectives of the newly planned course is to ensure the training of medical / dental students in Bio-psychosocial model of health care, to equip the medical / dental students in the use of Behavioral Sciences principles to enhance their learning skills and help them to become active learner, to train the medical / dental students in the art and science of effective communication with patients and their families, to create a sensitivity and understanding of the psychosocial aspects of health, to inculcate highest standards of medical / dental ethics and character building drawing from the rich medical / dental, cultural and religious heritage.