incitements

[ in-sahyt-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incitements

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The greatest of all my incitements to patient endurance was love.

Our people are great readers; they do not need any incitements to read.

But all these incitements had no effect on the Italian Jews.

This anxiety will not be one of the least incitements to the plan I propose pursuing.

These were the incitements addressed to the Argives and their allies.

The incitements of the "Irreconcilables" found no fruitful ground.

The differences in man's condition, make the interest and the incitements of life.

He is willing to hope you to be all obedience, and would prevent all incitements to refractoriness.

The songs are brief, wild repetitions of sentiments of heroic deeds, or incitements to patriotic or military ardour.

To our regret any incitements, cruelties, or brutalities we must judge with equal severity.