You're trying to indoctrinate me to the OCB way.<quoted text>Geez....I guess you don't care about the meaning of "indoctrinate" either or else you're trying to rewrite the definition of THAT word as well.
Full Definition of INDOCTRINATE
: to instruct especially in fundamentals or rudiments : teach
: to imbue with a usually partisan or sectarian opinion, point of view, or principle
Examples of INDOCTRINATE
The goal should be to teach politics, rather than to indoctrinate students in a narrow set of political beliefs.
In the above example, one could just as easily substitute the word "religion" for politics and one could just as easily substitute the phrase "religious beliefs".
verb: indoctrinate; 3rd person present: indoctrinates; past tense: indoctrinated; past participle: indoctrinated; gerund or present participle: indoctrinating
teach (a person or group) to accept a set of beliefs ****uncritically*****.
"broadcasting was a vehicle for indoctrinating the masses"
synonyms:****brainwash*****, propagandize, proselytize, reeducate, persuade, convince, condition, program, mold, discipline;
Indoctrination is very different from teaching but if one considers it to be teaching, it IS forceful teaching.
The student ain't listening.
So much for being forceful....