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Another word for inducement

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Noun
  1. Something that causes and encourages a given response

      1. The act of encouraging.
      2. An encouraging or being encouraged
      3. One that encourages.
      1. The snap made by a finger which is held down toward the palm by the thumb and then suddenly released
      2. Something that excites or stimulates.
      3. A light blow or tap given in this way
      1. The force with which a body moves against resistance, resulting from its mass and the velocity at which it is set in motion
      2. Anything that stimulates activity; driving force or motive; incentive; impulse
      3. Increased activity in response to a stimulus:
      1. A sudden inclination to act, usually without premeditation
      2. (Mech.) The change in momentum effected by a force, measured by multiplying the average value of the force by the time during which it acts
      3. A sudden wish or urge that prompts an unpremeditated act or feeling; an abrupt inclination:
      1. Something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, that induces action or motivates effort.
      2. Something that stimulates one to take action, work harder, etc.; stimulus
      1. The act or an instance of motivating
      2. Desire or enthusiasm to accomplish or achieve something
      3. The act or process of motivating:
      1. Used as a disparaging term for a Protestant.
      2. Something that prods; specif., a rod or pointed stick used in driving cattle
      3. An incitement; a stimulus.
      1. The act of pressing:
      2. A provocation to action; a stimulus:
      3. A thing to be pushed so as to work a mechanism
      1. A spinelike process, as on the wings or legs of certain birds
      2. Any of various pointed devices worn on the heel by the rider of a horse and used to urge the horse forward
      3. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
      1. A food or drink, especially an alcoholic drink, believed to have a stimulating effect.
      2. A substance that acts to increase physiological or nervous activity in the body.
      3. A stimulus or an incentive:
      1. A person, device or substance that stimulates.
      1. Government spending designed to generate or increase economic activity.
      2. An agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological activity or response.
      3. (Physiol., Psychol.) Any action or agent that causes or changes an activity in an organism, organ, or part, as something that excites an end organ, starts a nerve impulse, or activates a muscle
    See also:

    cause

  2. Something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward

    See also:

    like

Another word for inducement

Noun
      1. (Archaic) A stop for rest or food during a journey
      2. Food, etc. put on a hook or trap to lure fish or animals
      3. Food or other lure placed on a hook or in a trap and used in the taking of fish, birds, or other animals.
      1. A device consisting of a bunch of feathers on the end of a long cord, often baited with food: it is used in falconry to recall the hawk
      2. (Fishing) An artificial bait attached to a fishing line to attract fish.
      3. The power of attracting, tempting, or enticing
      1. Government spending designed to generate or increase economic activity.
      2. (Physiol., Psychol.) Any action or agent that causes or changes an activity in an organism, organ, or part, as something that excites an end organ, starts a nerve impulse, or activates a muscle
      3. An agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological activity or response.