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induce
used in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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induce symptoms
Definition
to cause something to arise or happen
  • Suppose it were as you suppose, supposing Dr. Jekyll to have been—well, murdered, what could induce the murderer to stay?
    p. 56.2
induce = cause
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  • Strange as my circumstances were, the terms of this debate are as old and commonplace as man; much the same inducements and alarms cast the die for any tempted and trembling sinner; and it fell out with me, as it falls with so vast a majority of my fellows, that I chose the better part and was found wanting in the strength to keep to it.
    p. 96.5

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