The Collaborative International Dictionary
Inculcation \In`cul*ca"tion\, n. [L. inculcatio: cf. F.
A teaching and impressing by frequent repetitions.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1550s, from Late Latin inculcationem (nominative inculcatio), noun of action from past participle stem of inculcare (see inculcate).
n. The teaching of something by using frequent repetition
Usage examples of "inculcation".
That it was accomplished through the inculcation of the black arts no one could doubt, for it was whispered often and openly that Imit had the command of forces and resources denied even to long-lived Queens.