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"james veitch is inducting the same suspension of disbelief"Incorrect word usage.
"induct" can mean "induce in" which is the intended meaning
That's incorrect. "Induct" cannot mean "induce in". "Induction" is the noun form of the verb "induce", but it has no verb form called "induct"."james veitch is inducting the same suspension of disbelie"It makes more sense to say, "James veitch is inducing the same..."
an induction stove element "induces" heating eddy currents in a pot !an induction stove element is "inducting" heating eddy currents in a pot !james veitch is "inducting" a "suspension of disbelief"
the meaning of "induct" and "induce" at a semantic level and not a syntaxical level is different"induct" connotes forcible conscription into some sort of club in a way that "induce" doesn't