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Word: induct

Definition: place formally in office; install; admit as a member; initiate; N. induction: inducting; process of deriving general principles from particular facts


Sentences Containing 'induct'

Ashwin runs away from his house, and the next day, is confronted by a gang of young criminals, who induct him into their gang.
Kabal and Kira had found out about him and come to induct him into the new Black Dragon syndicate.
Lottery procedure was improved next year although public discontent continued to grow until "authority to induct expired on June 30, 1973.".
The draft numbers issued in 1972 were never used to call for induction into service, because the last call was December 7 and authority to induct expired June 30, 1973.
This song was originally supposed to be the only real 'rocker' on the album, but when John and the band recorded it, they found they still had to induct the country influence that the rest of the album had.

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