Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVOKES

The love is the cause of the mission, and not the mission that which evokes the love.

Mediating machine also evokes the notion of machine as program.

Hence the effort of a disagreeable nature which work often evokes.

It often evokes powers of action that, but for it, would have remained dormant.

In two lines he evokes all that is most potent in Grecian poetry.

Every big play has at least one act that evokes violent discussion.

This strange fear the young Belgian Merlin evokes of his own accord.

But then, what is that secret strength which apprehends and evokes the higher law?

The grins it causes are the very broadest, and the laughter it evokes is the very loudest.

It is the moment when Merlin, the enchanter, evokes the souls of the dead.