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Definition of "instilling" []

  • Present participle of instill. (verb)

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Use "instilling" in a sentence
  • "It has also been shown that videos demonstrating the product are also helpful in instilling confidence and thereby converting shoppers into buyers."
  • "Sir, I wish you the best in instilling some sense into your fellow party men, especially those who clain small government and free market for everyone but them: Laughable!"
  • "Andrew Carnegie was at that time most influential in instilling in the minds of youth that the office boy who had to leave school at 14 had a greater chance of success than the college graduate."