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Your documentaries are known for their evocative archive footage and music.
A CONVERSATION WITH FILMMAKER ADAM CURTIS ON POWER, TECHNOLOGY AND HOW IDEAS GET INTO PEOPLE'S HEADSBILLY PERRIGOFEBRUARY 23, 2021TIME
The writing is smart and evocative, and Miller’s characters are finely drawn.
EVERYTHING OUR EDITORS LOVED IN JANUARYTHE EDITORSFEBRUARY 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Candles bring light, warmth, and room for contemplation, and their scents can be emotionally evocative.
THOUGHTFUL GIFTS FOR SOMEONE IN GRIEFPURBITA SAHADECEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
This version of events had been reported by some early Christian writers, including an evocative story of the scrolls being fuel for the thousands of hot baths in the city.
THE STORY OF THE LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA IS MOSTLY A LEGEND, BUT THE LESSON OF ITS BURNING IS STILL CRUCIAL TODAYRICHARD OVENDENNOVEMBER 17, 2020TIME
Deep, evocative on-the-ground reporting, sharp analysis and terrific visual presentation of data create a powerful picture of the oil and petrochemical industries’ impact on Louisiana’s people and environment.
“POLLUTER’S PARADISE” WINS SEJ’S NINA MASON PULLIAM AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTINGBY PROPUBLICASEPTEMBER 30, 2020PROPUBLICA
Had he so soon forgotten that strange union of form and sound which once was known to the evocative rituals of olden days?
FOUR WEIRD TALESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
His verse is very evocative; in several syllables he forces his vision on us.
THE BOOK OF MASKSREMY DE GOURMONT
It was a sound, he realized in a flash, evocative and summoning.
THE BRIGHT MESSENGERALGERNON BLACKWOOD
What matter, then, if Michelet was the least trustworthy of historians since he was the most personal and the most evocative?
L-BASJ. K. HUYSMANS
What could be more evocative of Salome than her kneeling before Julien's severed head?
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
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WORDS RELATED TO EVOCATIVE

  • bringing to mind
  • evocative
  • implicative
  • mnemonic
  • nostalgic
  • recollective
  • redolent
  • remindful
  • similar
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