There are certain happy accidents which have the power of inducting man for a moment into this richer and more vital world.
The number of the rubbers corresponds to that of the inducting poles.
Can you, in return, point out to me any way of inducting them to hold their tongues?
They will be chosen by popular vote—the only fair way of inducting a public entertainer to a snug billet.
The wire of the inducting current is wound directly around this core.
They are held with the purpose of inducting boys into the privileges of manhood and into the full life of the group.
late 14c., from Latin inductus, past participle of inducere "to lead" (see induce). Originally of church offices; sense of "bring into military service" is 1934 in American English. Related: Inducted; inducting.
induct in·duct (ĭn-dŭkt')
v. in·duct·ed, in·duct·ing, in·ducts
To produce an electric current or a magnetic charge by induction.