1. teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition
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How To Use inculcation In A Sentence

  • The inculcation of political orthodoxy and instruction of a more coercive nature was left strictly in the hands of the Party.
  • Even if the inculcation seems to work, in this case or that, no one has any idea why or how, reliably, to get it to do so again. Education: let's celebrate both academic and vocational learning | the big issue
  • Such inculcation is a duty even of the authors of history textbooks. Nathan Söderblom - Nobel Lecture
  • The enigmatical form of the inculcation is the device whereby that mind will be compelled to follow his track, to think for itself his thoughts again, to possess itself of the inmost secret of his intention; for it is a school in whose enigmatical devices the mind of the future was to be caught, in whose subtle exercises the child of the future was to be trained to an identity that should restore the master to his work again, and bring forth anew, in a better hour, his clogged and buried genius. The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded
  • 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.
  • The responsibilities of a teacher lie not only in the inculcation of knowledge, but also in the setting of good examples and cultivating of virtues.
  • JAIPUR: A pilot project for promoting bio-intensive gardens at government schools in Jaipur, Tonk and Udaipur districts of Rajasthan has started yielding positive results by initiating a skill-building process among students and teachers for environment protection, maintenance of nutrition levels and inculcation of water-efficient habits. The Hindu - Front Page
  • Today's polls reflect the sharp end of years of inculcation of avarice and greed in our society.
  • Aspiration, however, is not a kind of conceptualization or inculcation; rather, it is a resolution, struggle and hardship. A MEANINGFUL PREPARATION FOR HAJJ
  • My feeling is that the implicit function is the inculcation of abstract systematic thinking - which is necessary for modernizing societies, but is not a spontaneous human attribute (we are naturally 'animistic'). School Reform, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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