Definition of Inducted:
called up, drafted.
- originated (part of speech: verb)
- began (part of speech: verb)
- reasoned (part of speech: verb)
Before the end of the voyage, young Allerton had made himself master of Mr. Effingham's affections, and being of that happy age when all places are nearly alike, provided they are comfortable, he readily consented to remain with his protector, and was accordingly regularly inducted into the old gentleman's family as a member of it.- "An Old Sailor's Yarns", Nathaniel Ames.
- "Rose MacLeod", Alice Brown.
Sterne was ordained deacon by the Bishop of Lincoln in March, 1736, only three months after taking his B. A. degree, and took priest's orders in August, 1738, whereupon his uncle immediately obtained for him the living of Sutton- on- the- Forest, into which he was inducted a few days afterwards.- "Sterne", H.D. Traill.