Instill (an attitude, idea, or habit) by persistent instruction.
- Education meant the inculcation of truths as dogmas, the institutionalization of habits of obedience, the subjection of the individual to the community.
- Understood in the broad sense, military indoctrination is a collective concept, which includes the entire range of methods and ways of training and inculcation of moral and psychological qualities in the personnel.
- Thus, education and training were more of an inculcation of acceptable behaviors to serve employers rather than the needs of individual learners.
- Moral education, the inculcation of values, cannot be left solely to the study of popular songs or even the wider popular culture of films and television.
- Quality education is possible only through the inculcation of the values of life.
- внедрение, внушение, насаждение