Etymology
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instill (v.)
also instil, early 15c., "to introduce (liquid, feelings, etc.) little by little," from Latin instillare "put in by drops; to drop, trickle," from in- "in" (from PIE root *en "in") + stilla "a drop" (see distill). Related: Instilled; instiller; instilling.
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culturalization (n.)

by 1929; see cultural + -ization. Culturation "cultivation" is attested c. 1600; hence culturate (v.) "to cultivate" (1630s). Culturalize "instill with culture" is attested by 1915. Related: Culturalized.

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instillation (n.)
1540s, from Latin instillationem (nominative instillatio) "a dropping in," noun of action from past participle stem of instillare "put in by drops; to drop, trickle," from in- "in" (from PIE root *en "in") + stilla "a drop" (see distill).
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