Pronunciation of In-Stilled
/ɪnstˈɪld/, /ɪnstˈɪld/, /ɪ_n_s_t_ˈɪ_l_d/

Synonyms for in-stilled

dyed-in-the-wool (adjective)

absolute, complete, confirmed, congenital, deep-rooted, deep-seated, die-hard, entrenched, fixed, full-fledged, genuine, hardened, ingrained, thorough, thoroughgoing, through and through, true, unchangeable, uncompromising, utter, Infixed, Instilled, long-standing, well-established, out and out, to the core, deep-down, deep-dyed, deeply ingrained.

brainwash (verb)

alter, condition, convert, convince, educate, influence, instill, persuade, proselytize, teach.

charge (verb)

afflict, burden, choke, clog, commit, cram, crowd, cumber, encumber, entrust, fill, heap, lade, pack, penetrate, permeate, pervade, pile, ram, saddle, saturate, weigh.

drum into (verb)

drive home, reiterate, hammer away, harp on, din into.

engrave (verb)

bite, burn, chase, chisel, crosshatch, cut, diaper, embed, etch, fix, grave, hatch, imprint, ingrain, initial, inscribe, intaglio, lithograph, lodge, mezzotint, ornament, print, scratch, stipple, Enchase.

fix (verb)

affix, anchor, attach, bind, catch, cement, congeal, connect, consolidate, couple, entrench, fasten, glue, graft, harden, implant, install, link, locate, moor, nail down, pin, place, plant, position, rigidify, rivet, root, secure, set, settle, solidify, stabilize, stay put, steady, stick, stiffen, thicken, tie, freeze to.

imbue (verb)

bathe, invest, leaven, steep.

impress (verb)

bring home, establish, press, stress, get into head.

inculcate (verb)

break down, communicate, drill, instruct, work over, shape up, drum into, hammer into.

indoctrinate (verb)

ground, initiate, school, train.

infuse (verb)

animate, intersperse, breathe into.

inject (verb)

add, drag in, include, stick in, Interjaculate, throw in, squeeze in, force into, place into.

insert (verb)

admit, enter, imbed, inlay, intercalate, interlope, interpolate, interpose, introduce, intrude, obtrude, pop in, shoehorn, work in, fill in, lug in, shove in.

insinuate (verb)

curry favor, edge in, foist, horn in, ingratiate, slip in, get in with, muscle in, wedge in, worm in.

inspire (verb)

affect, arouse, carry, cause, commove, elate, embolden, endue, enkindle, enliven, exalt, excite, exhilarate, fire up, galvanize, get, hearten, infect, inflame, inform, inspirit, invigorate, motivate, occasion, produce, provoke, quicken, reassure, set up, spark, spur, stir, strike, sway, touch, trigger, urge, work up, give rise to, be responsible for, give impetus, give one an idea, start off.

instill (verb)

brainwash, catechize, diffuse, disseminate, engender, engraft, imbue, impart, impregnate, impress, inculcate, indoctrinate, infiltrate, infix, infuse, inject, inoculate, inseminate, insert, insinuate, inspire, interject, intermix, program, propagandize, suffuse, transfuse, force in, put in head.

introduce (verb)

freight, import, inlet, inset, put in, send, ship, transport.

mix (verb)

admix, adulterate, alloy, amalgamate, associate, blend, braid, coalesce, commingle, commix, compound, conjoin, cross, embody, fuse, hybridize, incorporate, interbreed, intermingle, interweave, jumble, knead, lump, merge, mingle, put together, synthesize, tangle, unite, weave, make up, mix up.

pin on (verb)

assign, blame, impute.

transmit (verb)

address, bear, bequeath, break, broadcast, channel, conduct, consign, convey, dispatch, drop a line, forward, funnel, issue, mail, pass on, pipe, radio, relay, remit, route, send out, siphon, spread, take, transfer, translate, Traject, hand down, hand on, drop a note, give a call, give a ring, put on the air.