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instill
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The Mill on the Floss
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  • With the same unerring instinct Mr. Stelling set to work at his natural method of instilling the Eton Grammar and Euclid into the mind of Tom Tulliver.
  • Mrs. Glegg had on her fuzziest front, and garments which appeared to have had a recent resurrection from rather a creasy form of burial; a costume selected with the high moral purpose of instilling perfect humility into Bessy and her children.

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  • His time in the army instilled him with confidence and discipline.
  • Her parents instilled the lesson that it is more important to be a good person than to be a successful person.

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