incent

[in-sent]
verb (used with object)
incent, incentivize.
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The market doesn't pay people what they are worth and what they need to incent them to work.
Now, one might say that this is good because it will incent them to find more oil.
He wants to incent homeowners to retrofit their homes to become more energy efficient.
Politically, the more palatable solution is to incent companies to hire with tax credits.
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