from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of instilling; also, that which is instilled.
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- n. the introduction of a liquid (by pouring or injection) drop by drop
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The military have also made considerable wealth by the same course, and the consequence was the instilment into every bosom of a consciousness of independence, which was fatal to that strict subordination which ought to be maintained and enforced.
The instilment thereof into her mind would probably have caused this aged sister to drop down dead, at once, as by the effect of an intensely poisonous infusion.
This "instilment of conviction," to use Matthew Arnold's expression, is naturally a complex process in that it usually includes argumentation and often employs suggestion, as the next chapter will illustrate.
But when he reached _Instilment_, his memory became vague, and forgetting that he had already quoted the passage under _Distilment_, he quoted it again as 'the leperous instilment' -- a reading which does not exist in any text of Shakspere, and was a mere temporary hallucination of memory.
Apparently of no concern is the instilment of meaning into the lives of
York Metropolitan area, to support the instilment of building character and values CC was raised with.
Owen Pallett graced the stage of Schuba's as the headliner of three breath-taking live performances on Saturday night's instilment of Tomorrow Never Knows.