Thesaurus / provoke
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His remarks reportedly provoked laughter from some JOC Council members.
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The move, which effectively silences Parler, provoked ire from some conservatives.
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As Larissa MacFarquhar explored in her book “Strangers Drowning,” extreme do-gooders often provoke us.
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Like other experts, Donovan says the core problem with the social platforms lies in their algorithms that choose to amplify content according to the amount of “engagement” it provokes.
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The initial shot of the Moderna vaccine takes two weeks to provoke an immune response, and recipients get a booster 28 days later.
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The question then becomes: why did he continually provoke Cibber, knowing the latter had such a story at hand?
A LETTER FROM MR. CIBBER TO MR. POPECOLLEY CIBBER
She did not wish to provoke him to anger, but to make him see things in a more cheerful light.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
A people that continually provoke me to anger before my face, that immolate in gardens, and sacrifice upon bricks.
He displayed no ostentation in dress, or equipage, or manners, to provoke the desire in others to humble him.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
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