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inculcate  


      vb   tr   to instil by forceful or insistent repetition  
     (C16: from Latin inculcare to tread upon, ram down, from in-2 + calcare to trample, from calx heel)  
  inculcation      n  
  inculcator      n  
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inculcate  

  
drill, drum into, hammer into     (informal)   implant, impress, indoctrinate, infuse, instil  

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