instilment

World English Dictionary
instil or instill (ɪnˈstɪl)
 
vb , -stils, -stills, -stilling, -stilled
1.  to introduce gradually; implant or infuse
2.  rare to pour in or inject in drops
 
[C16: from Latin instillāre to pour in a drop at a time, from stillāre to drip]
 
instill or instill
 
vb
 
[C16: from Latin instillāre to pour in a drop at a time, from stillāre to drip]
 
in'stiller or instill
 
n
 
in'stilment or instill
 
n
 
in'stillment or instill
 
n
 
instil'lation or instill
 
n

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