Instigating [verb]

Definition of Instigating:

influence, provoke

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Sentence/Example of Instigating:

The Hotri, the immortal god goes in front with his secret power, instigating the sacrifices.

His merit in that eminence was, by instigating a tyrant to injustice, to provoke a people to rebellion.

He has so far succeeded in instigating the Boer nation to acts which involve the forfeiture of their special heirlooms.

After lunch Lady Carbury strolled about with her son, instigating him to go over at once to Caversham.

One would never suspect, when reading it, that Germany had played any part in instigating the negotiation.

He wrote a letter, which Hugh thought would do, though he rather wished Holt had not mentioned him as instigating the act.

He reckoned upon incorporating the best of them with his own troops and of thus instigating defections.

It was manifest that she had been maligning Rachel, and instigating his mother to take up the cudgels against her.

A bill instigating the people to take the laws into their own hands, was traced to an abolitionist—the same Elizur Wright, Jr.

The Governor, however, satisfied himself that the old chief was secretly instigating the insurgents.