Usage examples for inducing

  1. Under such conditions, there was no strong motive for inducing those patients to work who showed no disposition to do so of their own accord. – Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles by Daniel Hack Tuke
  2. Consequently it was very hard for him to stand by and see all that tea wasted; and he thought it would be no harm- as he was not a merchant, and did not intend to exercise evil influences upon the people of America by inducing them to buy tea- if he appropriated to himself a little of this most desirable herb, which was to be burned and wasted before his very eyes. – Stories of New Jersey by Frank Richard Stockton
  3. Mr. Conkling at once demanded that Mr. Platt should join with him in inducing the Senate to reject the nomination. – My Memories of Eighty Years by Chauncey M. Depew
  4. They had some trouble in inducing their followers to quit the promised shelter, but both felt easier when they had repassed the stockade gate. – The League of the Leopard by Harold Bindloss
  5. On the contrary it is determined by resolute but high purpose, the actual and active desire of a nation to live on terms of peace with all other nations; and the world's; recognition of this fact is a most powerful factor in inducing and in actualising such living. – The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit by Ralph Waldo Trine

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