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induce
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Great Expectations
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induce
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Great Expectations
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  • You will have to go with him, and then he may be induced to go.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • It induced me to hope that Miss Havisham meant us for one another.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Something came into my head which induced me to run after him, as he was going down to the Jolly Bargemen, where he had left a hired carriage.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • When I had induced Provis to go up to bed, I went outside with my two companions (Startop by this time knew the state of the case), and held another council.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • My former chill crept over me again, but I was resolved not to speak yet, for it was quite consistent with his words that he might be set on to induce me to connect these references with Provis.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Would anyone believe that when Tom's wife died, he actually could not be induced to see the importance of the children's having the deepest of trimmings to their mourning?  (not reviewed by editor)

  • He practised on her affection in that systematic way, that he got great sums of money from her, and he induced her to buy her brother out of a share in the brewery (which had been weakly left him by his father) at an immense price, on the plea that when he was her husband he must hold and manage it all.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Induced to take particular notice of the housekeeper, both by her own striking appearance and by Wemmick's preparation, I observed that whenever she was in the room she kept her eyes attentively on my guardian, and that she would remove her hands from any dish she put before him, hesitatingly, as if she dreaded his calling her back, and wanted him to speak when she was nigh, if he had anything to say.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Even after I was happily hanged and Wopsle had closed the book, Pumblechook sat staring at me, and shaking his head, and saying, "Take warning, boy, take warning!" as if it were a well-known fact that I contemplated murdering a near relation, provided I could only induce one to have the weakness to become my benefactor.  (not reviewed by editor)

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