English words and Examples of Usage

use "incentive" in a sentence

We already have an incentive to bring that methane to market.

The former secretary of state has little incentive to toss verbal bombs.

It's a great incentive for new businesses opening up in the area, she said.

“Who is going to spend $2.6 billion without having some incentive?” he says.

Aside from the design improvements, the free accessories are a nice incentive.

Both sides would then have a powerful incentive to pursue pro-growth policies.

Yet fewer than half (47%) of employees earned their full incentive amount in 2014.

Its leaders would have every incentive to strike pre-emptively in their own defense.

But the premiers might have more incentive to posture than to strive toward agreement.

And the higher the minimum wage, the greater an employer’s incentive to take this exit.

Wage boosts generally act as an incentive for people to get back into the labor market.

That would be a great incentive for people on the ad-supported tier to pony up some cash.

If Bell or Rogers has to share their FTTH lines there, what incentive is there to upgrade?

For an extra incentive to push through fatigue, people are already turning to gaming apps.

There was an incentive to increase coal supply, and more mines opened or became profitable.

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