arouse, elicit, enkindle, kindle, evoke, fire, raise, provoke(verb)
call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
"arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
elevate, resurrect, force out, provoke, beset, send away, awake, levy, call forth, chivy, kick upstairs, give the sack, suggest, stimulate, lift, heighten, harry, upgrade, educe, dismiss, kick up, fire, leaven, chivvy, bring up, rouse, invoke, raise, wind up, recruit, inflame, chevvy, farm, extract, excite, grow, conjure, upraise, give the axe, prove, awaken, chevy, conjure up, conflagrate, molest, go off, displace, plague, wake, waken, turn on, enhance, give notice, terminate, fuel, arouse, wake up, can, sack, advance, perk up, stir, burn, burn down, put forward, sex, enkindle, rear, harass, draw out, set up, elicit, nurture, parent, energize, produce, erect, discharge, kindle, put up, promote, hassle, open fire, brace, energise, paint a picture, get up, call down, come alive
provoke, evoke, call forth, kick up(verb)
evoke or provoke to appear or occur
"Her behavior provoked a quarrel between the couple"
conjure, molest, extract, harry, suggest, kick up, beset, provoke, conjure up, hassle, bring up, chevy, chivy, invoke, paint a picture, stir, put forward, call down, harass, enkindle, arouse, call forth, kindle, educe, draw out, elicit, chevvy, chivvy, stimulate, plague, fire, raise
educe, evoke, elicit, extract, draw out(verb)
deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
"We drew out some interesting linguistic data from the native informant"
kindle, express, arouse, put forward, distill, provoke, enkindle, suggest, paint a picture, stir, suck out, elicit, aspirate, conjure, extend, fire, distil, draw out, pull, take out, press out, conjure up, educe, kick up, protract, raise, call down, pull up, call forth, invoke, derive, pull out, bring up, excerpt, prolong, extract
raise, conjure, conjure up, invoke, evoke, stir, call down, arouse, bring up, put forward, call forth(verb)
summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
"raise the specter of unemployment"; "he conjured wild birds in the air"; "call down the spirits from the mountain"
elevate, resurrect, nominate, reproof, entreat, chide, mention, enkindle, provoke, kindle, assert, refer, leaven, call forth, grow, submit, kick upstairs, reprimand, posit, suggest, stimulate, lift, heighten, beseech, upgrade, advert, put up, educe, kick up, chew out, fire, set up, name, trounce, bring up, awake, state, raise, wind up, recruit, farm, extract, excite, lecture, conjure, rouse, upraise, adjure, rag, appeal, awaken, shake, conjure up, dress down, wake, waken, shift, turn on, boot, enhance, remonstrate, budge, chew up, wake up, sex, advance, perk up, machinate, jaw, prove, rebuke, invoke, agitate, have words, lambast, conspire, rear, press, cite, draw out, stir, elicit, take to task, bawl out, nurture, parent, energize, berate, produce, erect, reboot, bid, levy, arouse, call on the carpet, touch, lambaste, brace, complot, energise, paint a picture, get up, cabal, scold, call down, shake up, promote, put forward, come alive
suggest, evoke, paint a picture(verb)
call to mind
"this remark evoked sadness"
conjure, extract, kindle, suggest, kick up, provoke, draw out, bring up, propose, advise, invoke, paint a picture, stir, put forward, call down, enkindle, hint, arouse, call forth, intimate, indicate, educe, elicit, raise, fire, conjure up
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How to use evoke in a sentence?
It is speculative and reckless to comment on the potential cause of what was ruled an accident in an ongoing investigation, these anonymous sources should perhaps look at doing the latter, especially while family and friends are grieving the loss of a visionary, mentor and friend. The facts remain, the unfounded commentary and speculation from anonymous sources will continue to evoke a no comment from our team.
The word ‘master’ can evoke thoughts of slavery and other forms of subjugation, and it has made me at times quite uncomfortable to be referred to as ‘master,’.
You have to recognize that what President Obama represents is an ideology that is antithetical to the ideology of most people in the Republican Party. And I don't think it has anything to do with race, i mean, Hillary (Clinton) represents that kind of ideology also, and they'll say it's because she's a woman. I mean, any guy who represents that kind of ideology is going to evoke exactly the same types of criticism.
The #MeToo movement is long overdue, it is a sensitive matter that evokes strong emotions; it should and it must evoke those emotions. Even so, an accusation does not equal guilt and we must not lose sight of due process along the way. Our democracy and the foundation for a functioning justice system depend upon it.
I don't know how Supreme Court can even evoke Korematsu in trying to make a distinction because Korematsu was a decision based on the President saying this is for national security, and for Supreme Court to say the court of national opinion overturns Korematsu -- we can't wait around for national opinion to overturn this decision.
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- استدعى, استحضارArabic
- събуждам, предизвиквамBulgarian
- evokovat, vyvolat, vyvolávatCzech
- vække, fremmane, fremkaldeDanish
- evocar, rememorarSpanish
- évoquer, remémorerFrench
- հարուցել, առաջացնելArmenian
- rememorar, evocarInterlingua
- לְהַעֲלוֹת זִכרוֹנוֹתHebrew
- wywoływać, przywoływaćPolish
- вызывать, вызвать, вызываютRussian
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