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Spell check of incentive

Correct spelling: incentive

stimulant, allotment, amends, sweepstakes, determinant, drive, fee, reason, motivator, fillip, award, catalyst, motive, tip, bonus, wage, sweetener, goad, prize, benefit, incitation, purpose, settlement, reckoning, stimulus, yeast, boost, bounty, payment, reward, retribution, enticement, disbursement, refund, wages, encouragement, merit, repayment, stimulator, trump card, virtue, discharge, incitement, inducement, advantage, reimbursement, lure, stimulation, treat, spur, installment, inducing, gratuity, excuse, expenditure, tribute, honorarium, energy, push, provocation, payroll, good, allurement, cause, allowance, inspiration, gift, persuasion, consideration, impetus, privilege, spring, carrot, plum, momentum, bait, impulse, asset, compensation, atonement, exhortation, motivation, rationale, prod, stipend, edge, remuneration, ground, urge, instigation, bankroll, salary, temptation, come-on, whip, influence, grant.

deterrence, disincentive.

Examples of usage:

1) In doing so my aim is not to throw doubt and distrust on Mr. Peary's success, but to show his incentive and his methods in attempting to leave the sting of discredit upon me. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) I knew that envy was the incentive to all the unkind abuses heaped upon me, and I knew also that in due time, when the public agitation subsided and a better perspective followed, the justice of my claim would force itself to the inevitable light of truth. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) Now that we had the sun unmistakably at midnight, its new glory before us was an incentive to onward efforts. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.