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tr.v. in·cent·ed, in·cent·ing, in·cents
To incentivize: "would use tax breaks to incent corporations to invest in their future" (Scott Canon).

[Back-formation from incentive.]
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vb (tr)
to provide (someone) with incentive; inspire or motivate
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Subsequent lenders are incented to provide an advance mechanism to protect interests that are subordinate to claims of the PILOT bondholders.
Perhaps most importantly, we have the ability to help create market-based solutions, where the behaviors that result in better environmental and social outcomes are also the behaviors incented by the market."
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Do we get credit for doing things right for our customers, or are we incented to take advantage of the employees, treating them in a way that maximizes income and profits for us in place of maximizing value for them?
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Market transactions are mutually beneficial and participants are incented to share information that creates price transparency.
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The awarding of a tax incentive in this case seemed to have incented the wrong behavior.
All of the incented jobs will exceed 125 percent of the county's average wage including full benefits.