word of the day

InculcateIN-kəl-katePart of speech: verbOrigin: Latin, mid 16th century
1Instill (an attitude, idea, or habit) by persistent instruction.2Teach (someone) an attitude, idea, or habit by persistent instruction.
Examples of Inculcate in a sentence “She finally managed to inculcate a better sense of responsibility in her roommates.” “The new lecturer was eager to inculcate principles of Asian philosophies to his students.”

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