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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.
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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.
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The path to education improvement was seen to lie not in the substance of what was taught in the first eight grades, but in the higher order proficiencies that were systematically inculcated, This emphasis on early-language and "problem-solving" skills rather than on early content was a fundamental mistake.
This work drew heavily on the expressionistic fervor that Bolshoi training inculcated into the choreographer.
Each of us comes of age expectant, inculcated in the baroque masochism of Eros, waiting for that decidedly pagan euphoria to overcome and inhabit us like the flu.
Putting aside supernatual mysteries, Spinoza designed a rational universal religion that recognized a supreme being and inculcated morality, justice, charity, and toleration.
She also said, "All children are atheists, and were religion not inculcated into their minds, they would remain so.
Islamabad police have inculcated friendly police ecology in the city and liaison with citizens would be enhanced to bring improvement in policing system, they maintained.
The family is the basic unit of society, where, we all agree, ethical, moral, and human values are inculcated in our children, (and) where they learn to be responsible adults.
To the contrary, he argues that such values were inculcated throughout society by community organizations like the YMCA.
The style of dance favored by founder Mary Day and inculcated by ballet master Michael Bjerknes and artistic associate Lupe Serrano is distinguished by a cool elegance.
Steve Owens, president of AFRC, stated, "We don't intend to test the Infomercial again until the closed caption capability is inculcated onto the 3-in-1 Hero Master.
In former times we had things like Holy Name Societies which inculcated the keeping of the Second Commandment ("Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord, thy God, in vain)" out of fear of God.
The skilled workers and clergymen who led this alliance supported temperance movements celebrating hard work and responsibility; the work ethic was more successfully inculcated by church and union than by employers.
No hauteur, no grandiosity, just polite manners plus a directness with technique typify the approach to ballet that David Slobaspyckyj has inculcated in his company.
To survive the impending corporate cost wars fueled by rapid advances in e-business and globalization, these important cost leadership lessons must be relearned, inculcated into the culture, measured, and promoted, from a business process perspective," concludes Dr.