But this indication of his taste for good cheer, joined to the annunciation of his being a follower of the Court, who had lost himself at the great hunting-match, cannot induce
the niggard Hermit to produce better fare than bread and cheese, for which his guest showed little appetite; and ``thin drink,'' which was even less acceptable.
And if he had been fortunate or adroit enough to conciliate the good-will of the people, he might induce
them to consider as a very odious and unjustifiable restraint upon themselves, a provision which was calculated to debar them of the right of giving a fresh proof of their attachment to a favorite.
Each trial of voice, each fresh discovery of discord, almost imperceptibly induces
the less perfect to modify his or her vocal utterance so as to approximate to the more perfect.
And firstly, if it be not entirely new, but is, as it were, a member of a state which, taken collectively, may be called composite, the changes arise chiefly from an inherent difficulty which there is in all new principalities; for men change their rulers willingly, hoping to better themselves, and this hope induces
them to take up arms against him who rules: wherein they are deceived, because they afterwards find by experience they have gone from bad to worse.
After all, thought Julia, if noble and commanding qualities are necessary to excite admiration or to command respect, familiar virtues induce
us to love more tenderly, and good temper is absolutely necessary to contribute to our comfort.
No matter what the damage was, but it was serious enough to induce
me to go aloft myself with a couple of hands and the carpenter to see the temporary repairs properly done.
The base wretch was still unconvinced and continued to upbraid the justly-offended Sophia in such opprobious Language, that at length he so greatly provoked the gentle sweetness of her Nature, as to induce
her to revenge herself on him by informing him of Janetta's Elopement, and of the active Part we had both taken in the affair.
His first move was to send Davenport to Liverpool to try to find the steward of the WEST AFRICAN, who had told him about Oolanga, and if possible secure any further information, and then try to induce
(by bribery or other means) the nigger to come to the Brow.
For both the pause reinforceth the new onset; and if a man that is not perfect, be ever in practice, he shall as well practise his errors, as his abilities, and induce
one habit of both; and there is no means to help this, but by seasonable intermissions.
It needed a good deal of firmness and still more patience to induce
him to come, but he was really too ill to offer any effective resistance to Stroeve's entreaties and to my determination.
I hate London, I hate the work, and nothing will induce
me to go back to it.
He was too conscious of the absence of any proof which might induce
you to believe him, if he attempted to defend himself--in one word, he was too timid--to take my advice.
AN Insurance Agent was trying to induce
a Hard Man to Deal With to take out a policy on his house.
Macallan, as his successful rival in the affections of the woman he loved--and that he did all he could to induce
the unhappy lady to desert her husband--are, in this case, facts not to be denied.
Evans, who set up a hollow cough to induce
her to ask him to leave off cigarettes.