Definition of 'instilled'
Example sentences containing 'instilled'
In the moment that he stood and wept, he knew many of the values his father had instilled in him were wrong, class-ridden and bigoted.SEA MUSIC (2003) DARE CALL IT TREASON (2003)
She supported Caroline, educated her, and instilled in her a lifelong hatred of everything the Russians stood for.THE ENDLESS GAME (2003)
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