incitement[ in-sahyt-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incitement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCITEMENT
But this stuff looks to me a good deal like incitement to violence.
Whereas the possession of Mrs. Schomberg was no incitement to a display of manly virtues.
I believe his desire to better the effect was the only incitement.
It was a fiery recital of their wrongs and an incitement to forcible redress.
Her Daddy went on drawing, and his hand shook with incitement.
But, passing from that incitement, Paul rests his plea on deeper grounds.
They are no incitement, as those are of a similar kind in Europe, to jovial pleasures or to vulgar ebriety.
The withdrawal of the imperial legions from Zamora was their incitement.
We may call the first incitement, and the second explanation.
Where we are in earnest about the right we need no incitement or support from above.