Definition of induct:
have, cause, get, induce, gift, install, invest, broach, draft, accept, hasten, give, instate, recruit, place, clothe, stimulate, conscript, levy, adorn, empower, put, indue, enlist, vest, lead up, pioneer, commit, sit, endue, endow, rush, seat, initiate, sit down, bring on, make, draft, enthrone.
- begin (part of speech: verb)
- reason (part of speech: verb)
- originate (part of speech: verb)
- "Là-bas", J. K. Huysmans.
- "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.
This Presentation by the Governor, who likewise as Ordinary is to institute and induct, may be termed a Collation; but there of late were not above three or four Rectors thus collated, or instituted and inducted in the whole Colony; because of the Difficulties, Surmises, Disputes, and Jealousies that arise upon such Accounts.- "The Present State of Virginia", Hugh Jones.