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instilled

[ in-stild ]
/ ɪnˈstɪld /
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adjective
infused slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings: In some regions of the world, culturally instilled values are an enduring barrier to achieving sustainability.
put into something drop by drop: Where a patient reacts to the instilled eye medication with dilation of the pupils, it could suggest Horner's syndrome.
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