They credit him with instilling small-d democratic principles that guide their lives today.
He oversaw a brutal regime, aimed at instilling respect, deference and acceptance of duty into the princes.
McCain would be calling the president out, by instilling reform that Obama only talks about.
This was effectually done by instilling into the Scottish monarch antipathies never to be uprooted.
But immediately God set me up by instilling a beam of hope within my soul, that He would soon deliver me out of my trouble.
But the instilling of these things in military forces depends upon leadership understanding the nature of the relationship.
Victoria was in high spirits, and even succeeded in instilling a little cheerfulness into her uncle's sombre Court.
Still another favorite idea was that British emissaries were in the midst of the people, instilling notions hostile to paper.
It melts on the lips in fond kisses, instilling a delicate gluttony of life.
But he soon gave up the task of instilling the seasick lad with ambition or life.
instill in·still (ĭn-stĭl')
v. in·stilled, in·still·ing, in·stills
To pour in drop by drop.