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goad
used in The Fountainhead

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Definition
to a human:  to provoke or encourage someone to do something — usually something bad and often provoking in an annoying manner

to an animal:  to prod with a pointed stick to make it move
  • Keating's eyes were bright with disgust; aversion goaded him on; he had to make it worse because he couldn't stand it.
    1.15 — Part 1 Chapter 15 (13% in)
  • If a statement involved someone's personal motive, it was always "goaded by selfishness" or "egged by greed."
    4.9 — Part 4 Chapter 9 (51% in)

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