- Maggie, of course, had not been hateful—it was the strange need she induced in him that he disliked to remember.Chapters 99-100 (66% in)
- His love of being horseback was so strong that he could seldom be induced to dismount, except to sleep or eat.Chapters 23-24 (6% in)
- She loved him in certain ways, wanted him for certain purposes, and all his straining, his tricks, his looks and his experience could not induce her to alter the angle.Chapters 34-35 (49% in)
There are no more uses of "induce" in Lonesome Dove.
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