Definitions for induced

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. induced(adj)

    brought about or caused; not spontaneous

    "a case of steroid-induced weakness"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Induced

    of Induce

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. George Bernard Shaw:

    A fashion is nothing but an induced epidemic.

  2. Eddie Ray Routh:

    Voluntarily induced intoxication is not an excuse for the mentally ill.

  3. George Bernard Shaw:

    Fashions are the only induced epidemics, proving that epidemics can be induced by tradesmen.

  4. Mohammed Allan:

    Mohammed Allan is very, very weak, he is out of the induced coma and he has spoken to his lawyers, and his demands remain the same.

  5. Bonnie Dumanis:

    It was a melee basically, where two of the boys were stabbed. One went into an induced coma, luis was stabbed, and one got smashed in the eye.


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