inciter[ in-sahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inciter
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One can pray again and again and still remain an inciter of war.
"Let us say, rather, inciter of public interest," explained Hummer.
The question is, whether she was the instigator and inciter in this affair, or the servants?
She has forced this quarrel upon France, and yet nine-tenths of Europe look upon France as the inciter of the war.
It should be, in fact, not only the inciter of public spirit, but the director of public effort.
He has already been seized as an inciter to insurrection, because he bade his disciples to sell their garments and buy a sword.
But perhaps she may have rested quietly in her room; she may have been only the inciter or the accomplice of the deed.
Is it not evident that the previous speaker would, under their rgime, set self-interest upon the throne as the inciter to work?
In the South they regarded him as an inciter to violence, and barred his writings from the mails.