Definition of "inducing" []

  • To persuade or use influence on (verb)
  • To cause or bring about (verb)
  • To initiate or hasten (labour), as by administering a drug to stimulate uterine contractions (verb)
  • To assert or establish (a general proposition, hypothesis, etc) by induction (verb)
  • To produce (an electromotive force or electrical current) by induction (verb)
  • To transmit (magnetism) by induction (verb)
  • Present participle of induce. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

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Use "inducing" in a sentence
  • "Surprisingly, one recent study done on young men even concluded that "low-load high volume resistance exercise is more effective in inducing acute muscle anabolism than high-load low volume or work matched resistance exercise modes.""
  • "The trouble with you, Spode, is that just because you have succeeded in inducing a handful of half-wits to disfigure the London scene by going about in black shorts, you think you're someone."
  • "The limited perception and understanding that exists of the case is that it is simply a business fraud suit by Clinton donor and erstwhile Clinton employer Peter Paul against Bill Clinton who was aided and abetted by Hillary in inducing Paul to spend more than $1.2 million to elect Hillary to the Senate with a false promise to work with paul when Clinton left the White House."