provocative[ pruh-vok-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF provocative
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Monsieur, if you wish to be heard, let me beg of you not to be provocative in your language.
If the few words I have used so far have been provocative, I regret it.
To see these flying-fish this way was provocative of thought.
The conduct of McNeice and Malcolmson was offensive and provocative.
Theirs indeed was not provocative of discussion; if satisfactory, it was also obvious.
Paris was as stimulating and provocative as a paid mistress, but palled as quickly.
Even then he did not grasp the full import of her provocative question.
On her lips was a smile, impudent, provocative, extremely attractive.
As I did not attempt, we remained in silence for a moment while he waited, provocative.
Mr. Pickwick, in his speech, was certainly self-laudatory and provocative.
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