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acetal a colorless, flammable, volatile liquid compound used as a solvent, in perfumes and cosmetics, in organic synthesis, and to induce hypnosis. [1/2 definitions]
animal magnetism an internal biological force supposed by Franz Mesmer to induce hypnotism in others; biomagnetism.
armature a coil-wrapped iron core that rotates in a magnetic field to induce electrical current in a generator, or that produces motion in an electrical motor when current is passed through it. [1/4 definitions]
bribe to influence, induce, or corrupt by means of bribery. [1/4 definitions]
come-on (informal) something offered or apparently offered to entice or induce; lure. [1/2 definitions]
get to induce; persuade. [1/17 definitions]
hustle (informal) to induce (someone) by high-pressure methods to do or buy something. [1/10 definitions]
hypnotize to induce a hypnotic state in. [1/3 definitions]
kef a substance such as hemp that is smoked to induce this state. [1/2 definitions]
mesmerize to induce a hypnotic trance in; hypnotize. [1/2 definitions]
narcotic an addictive drug that induces stupor, drowsiness, or unconsciousness and may be used medically to relieve pain or induce sleep. [1/6 definitions]
nepenthe in ancient writings, a drink or potion said to have been used to dull pain and sorrow and induce forgetfulness. [1/2 definitions]
nest egg a real or artificial egg left in a nest to induce a hen to lay eggs there. [1/2 definitions]
opiate any of a number of drugs containing or made from opium that induce calmness, stupor, or sleep, or relieve pain. [1/7 definitions]
polarize to induce polarity in; cause to concentrate around opposite points. [1/3 definitions]
seduce to induce to commit any action; entice; attract. [1/3 definitions]
sleeping designed to induce or aid sleep. [1/4 definitions]
strike to induce or instill (a feeling or emotion). [1/29 definitions]
suborn to induce (someone) to commit a crime or other corrupt deed. [2 definitions]
sudatorium a hot-air bath or room used to induce sweating.
sweat a treatment or technique used to induce sweating, such as heat, hard exercise, or certain drugs. [1/18 definitions]