indoctrinate


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indoctrinate

verb beat into, beat into the head, brainwash, brainwash with propaganda, convert, convince, drill into, drum into, get into the head of, imbue, implant, impregnate, impress upon the mind, inculcate, infect, infix, influence, infuse, ingrain, instill, persuade, pound into head, program, subvert, train, urge, win over
Associated concepts: indoctrinating jurors
See also: convince, discipline, educate, imbue, inculcate, initiate, instill, instruct, persuade, prevail, teach
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Lim, who is also DAP secretary-general, was reported would be investigated by the police following reports lodged against him for allegedly trying to indoctrinate children with politics of hate by poking fun at the GST in a parody of the ABC song.
Duterte threatened on Monday, to bomblumad schools that he said where being used to indoctrinate youngsters with the communist ideology and subversion, a move that drew condemnation and concern from various groups.
"The Maoists do come to these places to indoctrinate the youth.
Asserts the brief, "Baptist Homes uses its public funding to indoctrinate youths--who are wards of the state in its religious views, coerce them to take part in religious activity, and convert them to its version of Christianity, and does so in part by requiring its employees to reflect its religious beliefs in their behavior."
The early expressions of national consciousness by the likes of Espiard in the 1740s gave rise naturally to a socially homogenizing "republican critique" of national character by the 1770s and 1780s, one that forecast the Jacobin zeal to indoctrinate the masses in the Revolution (p.
In a candid interview with NBC's Rock Center, Marty Rathbun said he believed officials used Scientology to indoctrinate Cruise's adopted children against Kidman after she split up with Cruise 11 years ago.
that could encourage dissidents who want to indoctrinate another generation to pursue violence."
Eklund argued that the course was not educational, but an attempt to indoctrinate students.
Religious parents from all religions, with the collusion of their priests and ministers, always indoctrinate their children into their own beliefs long before they are old enough to be able to make their own minds up about such very important steps.
But the most important vector of this plague is the public school system, which uses "diversity days" and similar exercises to indoctrinate impressionable youngsters in the dogmas of the sexual revolution.
They need a constant flow of young children to indoctrinate in order to survive.
Earlier, reports had claimed that Travolta was trying to indoctrinate the actress into his religion.