Verb(1) suggest that someone is guilty
(1) Its advertising and promotional campaigns communicated to the population the goals of the regime and attempted to inculcate new attitudes and behaviors.(2) Taking a leaf from the President's book, he is determined to reach out to the purposeful section, - students - wherever he goes, and inculcate in them the desire to develop the country in all spheres.(3) they will try to inculcate you with a respect for culture(4) Deciding to share the parents' responsibility to inculcate in their children moral values and teach them the basic rules for a successful life, the Kennedy management invited them to the school on Sunday.(5) The goal is to identify those social institutions and practices which inculcate civic virtue, and then to see how these institutions and practices can be protected and strengthened.(6) In addition, efforts were made to inculcate law-abiding attitudes and strengthen the unity of command principle.(7) That perhaps explains why so much effort was made everywhere to inculcate notions of deference, legitimacy and order.(8) In this sense, meanings control us, inculcate obedience to the discipline inscribed in them.(9) Popular films, both Western and Indian, will be used to demonstrate and inculcate the skills involved in writing a successful screenplay.(10) In short, the in-depth study of information and communication disciplines needs be encouraged among girls to inculcate in them e-readiness.(11) Childhood is the right time to inculcate the trait of kindness and how better can one do it than by example?(12) Prayers are an enforced ritual to inculcate obedience and conformity.(13) ├ö├ç├┐We want to inculcate the fundamentals of Islam in children so that they develop right attitude towards Islamic living,├ö├ç├û says Sameena Yasmeen, school Principal.(14) I tried to inculcate in my pupils an attitude of enquiry(15) But the meritocratic system that produced Laura and me not only produced outsized expectations; it inculcated a belief that we deserved wonderful jobs and a comfortable lifestyle.(16) While the various institutions within the political, economic, and other spheres are important, the family is the primary inculcator of the moral culture in a society.
(1) inculpate :: inculpate
1. imply ::
2. incriminate ::
Different Formsinculpate, inculpated, inculpates, inculpating
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