lead one to


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See: induce
References in classic literature ?
There have been circumstances in the Caswall family which lead one to believe that they have had from the earliest times some extraordinary mesmeric or hypnotic faculty.
The name of Coningsburgh, by which this castle goes in the old editions of the Britannia, would lead one to suppose it the residence of the Saxon kings.
But the fact is, that finding them here would lead one to suppose that we can't be far from a more fertile country.