other words for evoke
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Successive uniform stimuli now evoke uniform and equal positive responses, that is to say, there is no fatigue.
So you think it is possible to evoke the dead in some more tangible form than that of an instructive ghost?
These are questions ever rising to his mind; and what contrivance, what preparation, what spirit of exigency do they evoke!
Something struck the wall of the bell jar hard enough to evoke a clear, sharp, resonant note.
Even in the daytime she attains to the maximum of horror that a spectral figure can evoke.
Can we evoke life from the omnipotent ether, or see it arise in the whirling stream of atoms and electrons?
She had a copy of her own, a most polite and respectful epistle it was, and in no way calculated to evoke the rebuke it met with.
You are the sweetest memory in my life, the memory I evoke whenever I need to be encouraged and sustained.
It eased him when he could evoke the maternal in a mistress.
I had hoped to daze him with my sudden question, to evoke a thoughtless answer.
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