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Motivate   Listen
verb
Motivate  v. t.  (past & past part. motivated; pres. part. motivating)  To provide with a motive; to move; impel; induce; incite.
Synonyms: move, prompt, incite, induce impel, drive.






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"Motivate" Quotes from Famous Books



... decision controls his worth and destiny. For it is not to be supposed that play with all its virtue, its nourish and exercise of nascent powers, and its happy emancipation into broader and richer living can adequately motivate and permanently ennoble the energies of youth. Until some vocational interest dawns, education is received rather than sought and will-power is latent or but intermittently exercised. Play has a great orbit, ...
— The Minister and the Boy • Allan Hoben



Words linked to "Motivate" :   propel, motive, strike, motivative, move, cause, actuate, motivation, motivator



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