- v. Simple past tense and past participle of indoctrinate.
“Related: Was Palin indoctrinated as a child while receiving medical treatment from Canadian communofascists?”
“The kids are manipulated and indoctrinated from a young age and it takes a long … long time for them to get out of it (if they ever do).”
“Because we all know how difficult it is to be ideologues living with constant hatred and deferring personal judgement and accountability to the next "educated" aka indoctrinated ideologue.”
“They're doing a great job of turning "indoctrinated" kids into future conservatives!!”
“Instead, they are being "indoctrinated" into Mr. O'Neal's version of what happened.”
“Partly this is because they have not been fully "indoctrinated" into the world and can still see possibilities and miracles where adults don't.”
“Were these folks just "indoctrinated" by years of white racist hammering into seeing some members of their race as their inferiors because they didn't buy into "white" rules like "don't steal" and "stay with the children you father"?”
“So I got 'indoctrinated' very young in the importance of what Never Again! means.”
“I don't consider myself "indoctrinated" but there are people and positions I primarily agree with, and people and positions I don't on most occasions.”
“Doesn't it seem ironic that, in an effort to prevent their children from being "indoctrinated" by supposedly radical views, these parents are perpetrating the biggest mind-fuck of all on their kids by censoring outside influences and instead heaping on them their own generations of intolerance and prejudice?”
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