Synonyms of instil
instil or instill (US)
introduceDictionary • The work instilled a sense of responsibility in the children.
implant • His father had implanted in him an ambition to obtain an education.
infuse • The only solution was to infuse new blood into all our Courts.
imbue • He is able to imbue his listeners with enthusiasm.
sow the seeds
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engraftto graft (a shoot, bud, etc) onto a stock
imbueIf someone or something is imbued with an idea, feeling, or quality, they become filled with it.
• He is able to imbue his listeners with enthusiasm.
implantIf you implant an idea or attitude in people, you make it become accepted or believed.
• His father had implanted in him an ambition to obtain an education.
Thesaurus for instil from the Collins English Thesaurus