evocative

[ ih-vok-uh-tiv, ih-voh-kuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF evocative

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Today, the term machine is evocative of software rather than hardware.

It was a sound, he realized in a flash, evocative and summoning.

The evocative power of perfume with regard to memory is compelling.

I was grateful for the fluke by which I had witnessed on the terrace that evocative scene.

The familiar country, evocative of a great part of my childhood, carried my thoughts hither and thither.

They say music's the most evocative art in the world, but, sacr nom de dieu, they hadn't counted the orchestra of a bombardment.

The determinants are the special evocative conditions, which may be either culture contacts or economic fostering.

But even Ranny could not have foretold the full extent of his reaction to that sinuous and evocative Address.

Had he so soon forgotten that strange union of form and sound which once was known to the evocative rituals of olden days?

What matter, then, if Michelet was the least trustworthy of historians since he was the most personal and the most evocative?

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