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goad
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The Fountainhead
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  • "Please…don’t…" Keating’s eyes were bright with disgust; aversion goaded him on; he had to make it worse because he couldn’t stand it.
  • If a statement involved someone’s personal motive, it was always "goaded by selfishness" or "egged by greed."

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  • She goaded him into an argument.
  • She tried to goad the candidate into saying something extreme.

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