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Induce (IPA: /ˌɪnˈdus/)

Induce (v. t.)

To lead in; to introduce.

Induce (v. t.)

To draw on; to overspread.

Induce (v. t.)

To lead on; to influence; to prevail on; to incite; to move by persuasion or influence.

Induce (v. t.)

To bring on; to effect; to cause; as, a fever induced by fatigue or exposure.

Induce (v. t.)

To produce, or cause, by proximity without contact or transmission, as a particular electric or magnetic condition in a body, by the approach of another body in an opposite electric or magnetic state.

Induce (v. t.)

To generalize or conclude as an inference from all the particulars; -- the opposite of deduce.


American disc jockey

Induce Synonyms

Bring On

Induce Synonyms


Induce Synonyms

Cause, Stimulate, Mak, Get, Have

Induce Synonyms

Rush, Hasten, Stimulate

Induce Rhymes

Boose, Bruce, Cheuse, Coos, Cruce, Deuce, Deuss, Doose, Druce, Duce, Foose, Fuoss, Goose, Hoose, Juice, Loose, Luce, Moose, Mousse, Noose, Preuss, Pruess, Reuss, Ruess, Seuss, Sluice, Spruce, Truce, Trues, Tyus, Use, Zeus

Abstruse, Abuse, Adduce, Asmus, Caboose, Damoose, Deduce, Derousse, Diffuse, Disuse, Ekeus, Excuse, Induce, Labouisse, Lajous, Misuse, Obtuse, Produce, Profuse, Recluse, Reduce, Reuse, Seduce, Vanhoose

Disabuse, Introduce, Reproduce

Overproduce, Reintroduce

Spanish Translation

Induce in Spanish is Inducir

Tagalog Translation

Induce in Tagalog is Gihaylo

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Private misfortunes must never induce us to neglect public affairs." - Alexandre Dumas

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