Related formspre·in·duce·ment, nounre·in·duce·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for inducement
So the billion-dollar question is: How do they accomplish this feat of inducement?
There was fraud in the inducement, fraud in the conveyance, and fraud in the ratings process.
Pure compassion for those two poor children was her only inducement.Lover or Friend|Rosa Nouchette Carey
I would neither give it up nor live it again under any inducement, and yet all that I lost was some twenty yards off my drive!The Man in Lower Ten|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Oftentimes the merchants of the town in which the institute is held offer premiums as an inducement to the farmers.Chapters in Rural Progress|Kenyon L. Butterfield
In vain was he offered a share in the partition of the Netherlands by way of an inducement.
It was still more encouraging that he had determined to save money, and had an inducement to do so.Ben, the Luggage Boy;|Horatio Alger