- v introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of
My teachers inoculated me with their beliefs
- v introduce a microorganism into
- v perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation
- v insert a bud for propagation
- v impregnate with the virus or germ of a disease in order to render immune
- Washington is now gearing up to respond, hoping to inoculate millions of Americans and blunt the severity of the first pandemic in four decades.
- Mark Humphrey AP The problem is, there won't be enough vaccine to inoculate all 300 million of us right away, and that means health officials have to prioritize.
- Men, women and children eagerly crowding to inoculate is I think as modish as running away from the troops of a barbarous George was last year.
- Henry Paulson in FOXBusiness
We're not picking on sovereign wealth funds,Paulson said. "It'sa good way to inoculate them against protectionist sentiment around the world."
- Steve Clemons in Inter Press Service (subscription)
Bringing on Cohen could help inoculate her from criticism by the Cheney camp,agreed Steven Clemons, director of the American Strategy Programme at the New America Foundation in a reference to the vice president and the neo-conservatives and...
- Anne Hathaway in NBC 11.com
He created the Follieri Foundation and started organizing a campaign to inoculate Latin-American children against hepatitis A. My boyfriend is incredible in a lot of ways,Hathaway told Harper's Bazaar, "One of the most untouted...