Definition of Indoctrinated:
- persuaded (part of speech: verb)
- taught (part of speech: verb)
But let the opinion spread from the prince to the peasant, from the aristocracy to the artisans, from the philosopher to the public, that there is either no difference, or only a slight and trivial one, between truth and error, that it matters little what a man believes, or whether he believes at all: let the general mind of the community become indoctrinated with such lessons, and it needs no prophetic foresight to predict a crisis of unprecedented peril, an era of reckless revolution.- "Modern Atheism under its forms of Pantheism, Materialism, Secularism, Development, and Natural Laws", James Buchanan.
- "The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VII (of X)--Continental Europe I", Various.
In the months which they had spent together the quack had indoctrinated David into all the best- known secrets of this vice, and besides this, had familiarized him with the use of a certain " hold out" of his own invention, with which he had achieved incredible results and which was new to the fraternity of the river.- "The Redemption of David Corson", Charles Frederic Goss.