instill : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v impart gradually
Her presence instilled faith into the children
- v enter drop by drop
instill medication into my eye
- v produce or try to produce a vivid impression of
- v teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
- v fill, as with a certain quality
- I too was inspired to instill in my designs and bring to the fashion world a sense of the unique culture I grew up in; the Eastern and Western influences that coexisted in Hong .
- From the start, Quaker schools aimed to instill the distinct values of the faith, particularly that the "inner light" inside each person can guide them to divine truth.
- Those moves, as well as Treasury's continued purchase of Fannie and Freddie mortgage-backed securities, are designed not only to foster liquidity but also to instill confidence in .
- Lance Armstrong in KHBS-KHOG Northwest Arkansas
Five seconds in the scope of three weeks is terribly nothing,he said when asked whether his lead gives him a psychological edge over the Spaniard. "I don't want to instill the rivalry any more than it already is."
- Shami Chakrabarti in USA Today
Imagine the outcry if a device was introduced that caused blanket discomfort to people of one race or gender, rather than to our kids,Chakrabarti said. "The 'Mosquito' has no place in a country that values its children and seeks to instill...
- Manmohan Singh in BusinessWeek
It is important and necessary for the summit to take credible decisions which will help to halt and reverse the current slowdown and to instill a sense of confidence in the global economy,said Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as he headed...