Induce definition

Induce means to persuade, encourage, inveigle or entice.
Induce means the initial administration of a drug with the intended purposed of rendering the animal unconscious.
Induce in this context means to undertake to gain influence over the judgment of the physician making a decision regarding the prescription and order of drugs. More specifically, as charged in this indictment, the contemplated inducement must be what is referred to as a quid pro quo (“this for that”) transaction, one in which a person pays for meals or gives speaker payments (the “this”) to a physician in exchange for the order or prescribing of Warner Chilcott drugs (the “that”).

Examples of Induce in a sentence

Induce any person who shall have been an employee or associate of the other party at any time to terminate his / her relationship with the other party.

Induce any person who shall have been an employee or associate of the Bank at any time to terminate his/ her relationship with the Bank.

Induce or coerce, or attempt to induce or coerce, any wholesale licensee to accept delivery of any liquor or any other commodity which has not been ordered by the wholesale licensee;[PL 1987, c.

Induce or coerce, or attempt to induce or coerce, any wholesale licensee to do any illegal act or thing by threatening to amend, cancel, terminate or refuse to renew any agreement existing between a certificate of approval holder and a wholesale licensee; or[PL 1987, c.

Induce any person who shall have been an employee or associate of the Bank at any time to terminate his / her relationship with the Bank.


More Definitions of Induce

Induce means directly or indirectly on your own account or on behalf of or in conjunction with any person, firm, company or other entity, canvass or solicit or by any other means entice, induce, encourage, approach (or cause to be enticed, induced, encouraged or approached.
Induce means to induce by threats, promises or otherwise
Induce means to influence or persuade person to do something that person otherwise would not have done or to not do something that person otherwise would have done. State v. Pedersen, 242 Or App 305, 255 P3d 556 (2011), Sup Ct review denied
Induce means to knowingly encourage or to attempt to induce, directly or through any intermediary such as a Customer any employee.
Induce means to offer or make any payment or offer or give anything of value.
Induce means to offer something of benefit or value or a reason which would influence, persuade, coax, encourage or invite a person to act.