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Definition of "inculcated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of inculcate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inculcated" in a sentence
  • "It is only the result of inherited and inculcated (the word inculcated means _kicked in_) ideas to which all "well bred" youths have been subjected for centuries; the idea being that the closer they were kept in the realm of innocence, which is only another name for ignorance, the better "bred" they are."
  • ""Company manners" are unknown to such children; and it is this early training which produces the charm of manner peculiar to high-bred persons; but the absolute perfection of manner is to be seen, only when the nature is as noble as the breeding; and politeness has been inculcated from the earliest commencement of life."
  • "The duty inculcated is an act of common justice and charity, which, while it was taught by the law of nature, was more clearly and forcibly enjoined in the law delivered by"
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