Definition: persuade; lead to do something; bring about; N. inducement
Definition: persuade; lead to do something; bring about; N. inducement
Sentences Containing 'induce'
``I must now mention a circumstance which I would wish to forget myself, and which no obligation less than the present should induce me to unfold to any human being.
``But you are not entitled to know mine; nor will such behavior as this, ever induce me to be explicit.''
The turn of your countenance I shall never forget, as you said that I could not have addressed you in any possible way that would induce you to accept me.''
For the same reason, colds and sore throat sometimes induce temporary deafness.
One bookseller to whom I applied told me that he had had a few copies before he understood the nature of the work, but that, after becoming acquainted with it, nothing should induce him to sell another.
``I know nothing for certain; only I have seen things which induce me to believe, as I told you, that the future captain will find some annoyance in the vicinity of the Vieilles Infirmeries.''
``I swear to you by him who died for us that naught shall induce me to breathe one syllable to my jailers; but I conjure you do not abandon me.
No, I repeat again, that nothing shall induce me to renew attempts evidently at variance with the Almighty's pleasure.''
It is hoped that no ties of friendship or humane consideration will induce you to conceal the truth.''
``Well, I am charged with the commission of endeavoring to induce the Comte de Morcerf to make some definite arrangement with the baron.''
No entreaty, no proposition of increased wages, could induce them to remain; to every argument they replied,``We must go, for death is in this house.''
It should also be especially kept in mind, that long-continued domestication tends to eliminate sterility, and is therefore little likely to induce this same quality.
I thanked her, without making any demonstration of joy, lest it should induce her to withdraw her assent.
"That is the reward, and I have reason to know that there are sentimental considerations in the background which would induce the Countess to part with half her fortune if she could but recover the gem."
and Mr. Peggotty, unless you can induce your gentle niece to come back (for whom I vacate this seat in the corner), I shall go.
I hurriedly made him a reply to the effect, that I hoped the error into which I had been betrayed by the desperate nature of my love, did not induce him to think me mercenary too?
That his last act, completed but a few months since, was to induce Mr. W.
Hypoxia exposure for the time of exercise alone is not sufficient to induce changes in hematologic parameters.
In December 1304, the then chancellor, Grenefield, resigned the seals in order to proceed to Rome and induce the pope to permit his consecration as archbishop of York.
Deletion of Ile1 of SK markedly inhibits its capacity to induce an active site in plasminogen, which supports the hypothesis that establishment of a salt bridge between Ile1 of SK and Asp740 of plasminogen is necessary for SK to induce an active site in plasminogen by a nonproteolytic mechanism.
Its duration is too short to induce deleterious effects due to ischemia.
Ranitidine could induce acute psychosis by people with depression, schizophrenia, pain, psychotic disorder, and HIV infection.
Viewing them, Miloš discovers that he was drugged to induce an aggressive, sexually aroused, and suggestible state.
In the wild, bucks will kill litters to induce the female to mate with them, therefore passing along his genes.
These variations induce currents (GIC) in conductors operated on the surface of Earth.
The efforts to induce a band-gap in graphene via quantum confinement or surface functionalization have not resulted in a breakthrough.
Warm moistened air was used gently, to simulate the alien breathing down your neck; and forcefully, to induce a more acute reaction from the audience.
miR-92 acts through the Sonic Hedgehog Pathway to Induce Tumorigenesis and MB.
An abnormal functioning of which can induce the GNP tumours typical of Medullablastoma.
This plant is reported to contain HCN, alkaloid, and triterpenoid, and may induce itching.
Abnormally high levels of dopamine in the synaptic cleft can induce prolonged, heightened postsynaptic receptor activity, resulting in receptor downregulation.
They further discuss the possibility of suicide, where it is established that a certain prescription drug could have been used to induce the heart attack.
Much of his early career was focused on contraceptive medicine and the use of pharmacologic agents to induce abortions.
Larvae and adults are sensitive to shorter daylengths as the summer progresses that signal the coming of winter and induce diapause (Bean "et al." in prep.).
In 1947, the G-72 was modified for ducted-wing testing as the G-81, it was fitted with slotted flaps to induce slow flight.
In battle, the player is only directly able to use card items to temporarily alter their Digimon's stats, induce digivolution, or switch in other Digimon they own.
He even declared to the patriarch Judah Nesiah that fear of the latter would never induce him to keep back God's word or any opinion derived from it (Yer.
Then shut off the updrafts, entrainment, or any other vapor sources/sinks and things that would induce the growth of the particles (ice or water).
Frey's syndrome in which salivation will induce perspiration at the parotid region, accompanied by erythema.
Furthermore, under certain conditions, glucokinase, like other hexokinases, can induce phosphorylation of other hexoses (6 carbon sugars) and similar molecules.
They induce the lipocortin-1 (annexin-1) synthesis, which then binds to cell membranes preventing the phospholipase A2 from coming into contact with its substrate arachidonic acid.
Flow can induce anisotropic viseoelastic stresses, which helps to overcome the matrix and cause self assembly.
Nevertheless, Napoleon sent Savary to see if he might use the information to induce the Hamelin garrison to surrender.
He sought to induce Coloman of Hungary to go to war with Bořivoj, but was unsuccessful until 1107.
For example, Dardeene, Dumont, and Bollier (2007) transformed some items from the ASI into scenarios, presenting them to participants to induce conditions of both hostile and benevolent sexism.
Other substances known to induce itch are substance P, cytokines, and proteases.
The drug however also presents strain on the cardiovascular systems, like cocaine (60%), with the potential to induce tachycardia which could be problematic for those who continuously redose.
He is then tortured by the sadistic Taylor with a machine that controls the parts of the brain that induce pain and pleasure.
Getty's ear was cut off and sent to the family to induce his grandfather to produce a ransom.
Furious, the hunters beat him up and try to induce vomiting.
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momentum - quantity of motion of a moving body; impetus; moving force
problematic - causing a problem; open to doubt; doubtful; unsettled; questionable; Ex. Whether the arena will ever be completed is problematic.
miscellany - mixture of writings on various subjects; collection of various items
billow - large wave of water; a great swell or surge (of smoke); V: surge, swell, roll in billows
spasmodic - fitful; periodic; of or like a spasm; N. spasm: sudden involuntary muscular contraction; sudden burst of energy or emotion
sinewy - (of meat) tough; strong and firm; muscular; N. sinew: tendon; strong cord connecting a muscle to a bone
monastic - related to monks or monasteries; removed from worldly concerns
innate - inborn