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used in All Quiet on the Western Front

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to persuade somebody to do something
  • On the second day the calls are fainter; that will be because his lips and mouth have become dry. Our Company Commander has promised next turn of leave with three days extra to anyone who finds him. That is a powerful inducement, but we would do all that is possible without that for his cry is terrible.
    Chapter 6 (71% in)
inducement = reward (something that persuades someone to do something)
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