Larson, as usual, instills gravitas and agency in an otherwise underwritten character.
The Virgo New Moon tomorrow instills in you a renewed love for routine.
Kevin trains as a boxer, a discipline that instills in him both confidence and calm.
Carr says he hopes Page One instills in its audience a renewed appreciation of newspapers and the valuable service they provide.
But love gives strength; it instills hope and faith, and kindles anew the fires of life.
She instills in the nervous temperament a preference for the lymphatic; in the sanguine, a liking for the bilious constitution.
instill in·still (ĭn-stĭl')
v. in·stilled, in·still·ing, in·stills
To pour in drop by drop.