inculcate in

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 classic literature ?
All of virtue and chivalry and true manhood which his old guardian had neglected to inculcate in the boy's mind the good priest planted there, but he could not eradicate his deep-seated hatred for the English or his belief that the real test of manhood lay in a desire to fight to the death with a sword.
He said that we must have to inculcate in our youth the spirit of tolerance, respect and moderation in order to battle extremism.
Addressing a gathering on occasion of 27th Founders' Day of Fazal Haq College Mardan on Thursday, he said that we have to inculcate in our youth the spirit of tolerance, respect and moderation in order to counter the extremism.
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.
Keene, a 79-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor, tried for years to inculcate in his grandchildren the importance of understanding the country's history, so they would be aware that the freedom by which they live came at the price of the service and sacrifice of those before them.
This amounts to an attack on all those things in life which inculcate in children principles of patriotism and individual liberty.
You can start to inculcate in them some important investment knowledge," says Jonathan D.
Our aim is to educate children and inculcate in then, the habit of serving the society," added Singh.
This is a disastrous methodology to inculcate in our children - and it is even more dangerous to back it up with the rulings of a government body.
Our effort should be to inculcate in the children not only high moral values but also progressive, rational attitudes which enable them to compete with others in the globalized world that we live in," he added.