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Continuous ProcessPlay
Instilling something takes time and repetition, it's not immediate. SlideThe teacher tried to instil a love for reading over the school year.
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Positive or NegativePlay
Instil can involve both good and bad qualities or beliefs. SlideThe news coverage seemed to instil a sense of panic in the population.
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Subtle InfluencePlay
Instil often implies a subtle or indirect influence rather than direct teaching. SlideThe mentor’s actions and attitude instil perseverance in the team.