Definition of indoctrinatory in English:


Pronunciation /-nəˌtôrē/


See indoctrinate

‘Religious instruction can be single-faith and indoctrinatory; religious education is usually multi-faith, and relatively balanced and objective.’
  • ‘Most of the current history textbooks in the district contain a good deal of indoctrinatory propaganda.’
  • ‘There is an inference here that teaching is somehow indoctrinatory and it's a perspective I've suspected behind many a grab for classroom hegemony.’