What is the past tense of indoctrinate?

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The past tense of indoctrinate is indoctrinated.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of indoctrinate is indoctrinates.

The present participle of indoctrinate is indoctrinating.

The past participle of indoctrinate is indoctrinated.

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Once you are indoctrinated into these organizations, there's no turning back.
Born in Dunfermline, Scotland, Carnegie was indoctrinated in the democratic, pacifistic tenets of his father, a Chartist radical.
An audience that senses it is being indoctrinated is more likely to resist assimilating the information.
But feminism has too fully indoctrinated us in the idea that the female position is necessarily the weaker one.
We are taught and indoctrinated into pursuing our own wants and desires, often at the expense of others.
In some societies children are indoctrinated in religious beliefs and values.

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