incentive

[ in-sen-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF incentive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCENTIVE

There was one incentive for taking her; it would please Mrs. Roberts.

That's the only incentive you can suggest for spying, unconnected with my affairs?

Instinct, I suppose; for now at last I 352 have an incentive.

He appreciated that Mary Philipse was the incentive that had put him where he was.

Scarcely one seemed to possess the incentive to breathe a whisper.

A man could not write anything sincere with the elevation of the public as incentive.

I assure you I am twice as glad to have an incentive instead of a lady directress.

Thus in both cases the incentive to the utmost exertion was wanting.

Give him that, and he will have no incentive to insurrection.

I suppose with that name she never had any incentive to outgrow her nature.

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