knock up, cup, infix, move, inform, invoke, awaken, breed, touch, ignite, initiate, drive, provoke, transfuse, shanghai, discipline, impress, rouse, pound, affect, give instruction, sow, nurture, tincture, ingrain, plant, print, enroot, strike, grain, give lessons, steep, have, arouse, yarn-dye, bang up, prang up, instil, imprint
infuse (part of speech: verb)
disseminate, impenetrate, impart gradually, inseminate, fill, catechize, infiltrate, suffuse, insert, inject, inspire, seethe, impart, infuse, force in, implant, permeate, inoculate, penetrate, glut, intermix, brainwash, insinuate, introduce, propagandize, soak, saturate, diffuse, interject, pervade, impregnate, impress into the mind
teach (part of speech: verb)
- This reminds me of a letter from a correspondent: he had a tame crow that was not afraid of a gun; therefore he concluded that the old crows must instill the fear of guns into their young! - "Ways of Nature", John Burroughs.
- For Tayoga, Tandakora will not exist, and it will instill more poison into the heart of the Ojibway." - "The Hunters of the Hills", Joseph Altsheler.
- It surely did require patience to instill anything into that head of Porter's. - "A Canadian Bankclerk", J. P. Buschlen.