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Instill in a sentence?

To use 'instill" in a sentence, you might say, " I am trying to instill these excellent virtues so that you will live a good life as an adult." The word instill means gradually establish.

What does the word instill mean?

Instill is a verb that means to gradually or slowly but firmly establish something. It is commonly referred to when raising children, e.g. Susy's parents instilled the value of thrift into her as a child.

What is instill?

here is a definition. Verb Gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude, esp. a desirable one) in a person's mind: "instill values". Put (a substance) into something in the form of liquid drops: "instill eye drops".

How could art persuade people?

In advertising to instill a need or desire for something. In propaganda to instill an ideal or political idiom. In mainstream art to create a visual pleasure.