- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of indoctrinate.
“Microsoft 'indoctrinates' Best Buy workers w/anti-Linux lies - DailyFinance. com sees a post on a message board, and writes up a separate post claiming Microsoft is "indoctrinating" Best Buy workers to sell its highly anticipated Windows 7 operating system by using outright lies about the performance of open-source competitor Linux.”
“I'll wager $100 to a cold beer with anyone in the house that NOBODY 'indoctrinates' Gov.”
“indoctrinates" the young into viewing secularism as the only frame of reference.”
“The camp with the supposed focus on "critical thinking" indoctrinates children by argument from authority!”
“I have political views that I must put aside while I train, and aside from the origin of the martial art, there is nothing that indoctrinates the state of Israel anywhere in the training center.”
“Now at a time when we already have legislation like the Patriot Act renewed, and warrantless wiretapping is openly put into practice, this defense act not only indoctrinates AUMF 2001 Authorization for use of Military Force and many activities that were previously in existence, but it also leaves open the possibility of silencing anyone on a level with which we never even imagined.”
“Right after he indoctrinates your kids in school on September 8th!”
“March 8th, 2010 at 7: 21 pm linzloo08 brought to you by I Want My Country Back, Inc.!! says: pezmiztix says: public school indoctrinates as well.”
“Flspeedy says: pezmiztix says: public school indoctrinates as well.”
“Yeah, because teaching children to be open-minded and curious about learning really “indoctrinates” them …”
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