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Spell check of inducing

Correct spelling: inducing

suasion, enlisting, sweetening, fetching, alluring, moving, giving, launching, causing, hurling, poking, acting, incentive, paying, transporting, provoking, drawing, conducting, eliciting, producing, catapulting, persuading, tipping, thrusting, tempting, coaxing, driving, motivating, rewarding, bumping, prompting, evoking, enforcing, fermenting, forcing, effecting, urging, hastening, winning over, selling, stimulating, fomenting, imparting, energizing, convincing, motivator, generating, prodding, magnetizing, inducement, attracting, hurtling, firing, luring, treating, shooting, propelling, carrying, giving rise to, impelling, lobbing, imploring, triggering, conversion, enticing, remunerating, indoctrinating, throwing, charming, slinging, honoring, executing, conveying, engineering, swaying, goading, compensating, pitching, knocking, ramming, heaving, granting, instigating, jogging, pushing, shoving, engendering, jolting, bringing, transferring, influencing, making, punching, nudging, encouraging, bringing about, seducing, jostling, cajoling, jerking, inspiring, adducing, originating, bearing, striking, awarding, flinging.

Examples of usage:

1) They had gone out for a walk, as the only means of inducing her mother to sleep was to let her walk in the clear air until so weary as to bring her to the point of exhaustion. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Whenever a New York institution was referred to, he was familiar with it, almost to intimacy; and a few of the Davy's Bend people amused themselves by inventing fictitious names and places in New York, and inducing Armsby to profess a knowledge of them, which he did with cheerful promptness. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) It lies in inducing us to include much emotional prose as poetry. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.