Fashionable, in fashion, in vogue, according to use, routine, conventional, etc.

    (Phrase). Naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret.

    (Adverbs). As the world goes, more suo, pro more, pro forma, according to custom, de rigueur, more majorum.

  1. Desuetude (Substantives), disuse, want of habit or of practice, inusitation, newness to.
  2. Non - observance, infraction, violation, infringement.

    (Verbs). To be unaccustomed, etc., to be new to, to leave off, wean oneself of, break off, break through, infringe, violate, etc., a habit, usage, etc., to disuse, to wear off.

    (Adjectives). Unaccustomed, unused, unusual, unwonted, unpractised, unprofessional, unfashionable, non-observant, disused, weaned.

    Unseasoned, uninured, untrained.

    Unhackneyed, unconventional, Bohemian 83.

2°. Causes of Volition
  • Motive (Substantives), reason, ground, principle, mainspring, primum mobile, account, score, sake, consideration, calculation, raison d'être.
  • (Phrases). The pros and cons; the why and wherefore.

    Inducement, recommendation, encouragement, attraction, allectation, temptation, enticement, bait, allurement, charm, witchery, bewitchment.

    Persuasibility, softness, susceptibility.

    Influence, prompting, dictate, instance, impulse, impulsion, incitement, incitation, press, instigation, excitement, provocation, invitation, solicitation, suasion, persuasion, hortation, exhortation, seduction, cajolery, tantalisation, agacerie, seducement, bewitchment, inspiration, honeyed words.

    Incentive, stimulus, spur, fillip, goad, rowel, provocative, whet, dram, cocktail, pick-me-up, appetiser.

    Bribe, sop, lure, decoy, charm, spell, loadstone.

    (Phrases). The golden apple; the voice of the tempter; the song of the sirens.

    Prompter, tempter, seducer, seductor, siren, Circe, instigator, agent provocateur.

    (Verbs). To induce, move, lead, draw, draw over, carry, bring, to influence, to weigh with, bias, to operate, work upon, engage, incline, dispose, predispose, prompt, whisper, call, call upon, recommend, encourage, entice, invite, solicit, press, enjoin, entreat 765, court, plead, advocate, exhort, enforce, dictate, tantalise, bait the hook, seduce, decoy, draw on, charm, bewitch, conciliate, wheedle, coax, speak fair, carny (or carney), cajole, pat on the back or shoulder, talk over, inveigle, persuade, prevail upon, get to do, bring over, procure, lead by the nose, sway, over-persuade, come over, get round, turn the head, enlist, retain, kidnap, bribe, suborn.

    (Phrases). To grease the palm; to put a sop in the pan; a sop for Cerberus; to work the oracle.

    To act upon, to impel, excite, suscitate, stimulate, key up, motivate, incite, animate, instigate, provoke, set on, urge, pique, spirit, inspirit, inspire, awaken, buck up, give a fillip, light up, kindle, enkindle, rekindle,

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