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Correct spelling: induces

Common misspellings:

inadequeces, intouce, inadiquesies, indluce, inadaquecy, indorced, indroce, indicies, intorduce, invices, inhces, endface, industies, annouces, inticeses, endusers, inadaquicies, insurce, inadaquacies, inaccurcies, indecive, unduce, endurnace, inutes, induser, ondisease, intamcey, industey, indice, innertubes, introuces, inadiquacies, inssues, indeces, inces, tendicies, endorces, indursty, industious, indurties, intances, inadequecies, innocece, intorduces, insues, indusries, insource, intoduce, indeceny, intracies.

Examples of usage:

  1. It is the same principle, and is to be considered in the same light, as that which induces the philosopher to confine himself to the investigation of one phenomenon till he understands it.  A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education by James Gall
  2. Major Lane hastily scribbled a few lines, and handed the paper to the judge advocate, who immediately read the question aloud: " What induces you to think, Mr. Senator, that Captain Lloyd, a man of integrity and standing, would manufacture evidence against the accused?"  The Lost Despatch by Natalie Sumner Lincoln
  3. And, what is the monstrous crime which has emboldened these literary ruffians to make this savage assault, and which induces them to suppose that they shall finally escape with impunity?  Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. Volume 3 by Henry Hunt
  4. Even the very common occurrence of the formation from the Future in the case of proper names, induces us to expect, a priori, that it will be more frequent in appellative names than is commonly supposed.  Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  5. Mankind, by clearing the ground, and sowing a variety of seeds, induces many kinds of birds to leave their native haunts and come and settle near him; their little depredations on his seeds and fruits prove that it is the property, and not the proprietor, which has the attractions.  Wanderings in South America by Charles Waterton