verb (used with object), in·dued, in·du·ing.
- inductive reactance,
- inductive statistics,
Examples from the Web for indue
This is to ask why God has been pleased to indue man with sensibility and free will.Harmonies of Political Economy|Frdric Bastiat
There the audience cannot indue a comedian with his part: at the Opera, they cannot separate the actor from his.History of the Opera from its Origin in Italy to the present Time|Henry Sutherland Edwards
An armed Loadstone does not indue an excited piece of Iron with greater vigour than an unarmed.On the magnet, magnetick bodies also, and on the great magnet the earth|William Gilbert of Colchester
He now felt refreshed and invigorated, and began to indue his garments, which he found thrown on a heap beside the bed.Rienzi|Edward Bulwer Lytton