Maybe with a voodoo doll (just kidding). No, you can only "instill" habits not emotions. For example, you could instill someone with good values or good work habits. But not instill them to love, hate, be happy or sad.
The word 'awe' can be a verb and a noun. Example sentences: The young girl's story inspired the awe of her classmates. (noun) A dramatic unveiling of the statue will awe the art patrons. (verb) Additional examples: The crowd was… Full Answer
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".
The noun 'awe' is a common, uncountable, abstract noun; a word for an emotion; a word for a thing. The word 'awe' is also a verb: awe, awes, awing, awed. Examples: The young girl's story inspired the awe of her… Full Answer
The word 'awe' is a verb and a noun. The noun 'awe' is a word for an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, or fear; a word for an emotion; a word for a thing. The verb 'awe' is to inspire… Full Answer