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The attention of the public prompts the press to examine the event with greater attention and in greater detail.
Your pride further prompts you to give me permission to think what I like of you.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
If constant motion will not carry her over the top of the wheel, instinct prompts the reasoning creature to abate her efforts.
I believe you, Sir; and I honour the motive which prompts such a devout exclamation.
Perhaps in Paul on this occasion—certainly often in most men—it is nature, the flesh and not the spirit, which prompts the prayer.
Curiosity, however, prompts Sorel at this point to an inquiry: "'Ow much 'e goin' pay 'im?"
IN MADEIRA PLACEHEMAN WHITE CHAPLIN
Having made the promise, his justice prompts him to fulfil it, and those who suffer have themselves to blame.
Like all the carnaria, a sagacious instinct prompts him to kill in provision for coming as well as for present hunger.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
He has, of course, always meant to speak to the King as his conscience prompts him.
There is usually a wretched little fiend lurking in a man's inner consciousness which prompts him to desire the unattainable.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION