Induct

In*duct"

(?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Inducted; p. pr. & vb. n. Inducting.] [L. inductus, p. p. of inducere. See Induce.]
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1. To bring in; to introduce; to usher in.
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The independent orator inducting himself without further ceremony into the pulpit.
Sir W. Scott.
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2. To introduce, as to a benefice or office; to put in actual possession of the temporal rights of an ecclesiastical living, or of any other office, with the customary forms and ceremonies.
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The prior, when inducted into that dignity, took an oath not to alienate any of their lands.
Bp. Burnet.
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