Incite appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Slam in a fog nine poetic nitrate notes, pull a ball, upset one tart, incite opening of animals.
- Slam in a fog nine poetic ninnies, or pad idols of Oslo… did a prose inn incite opening of animals?
- Now if I set a dronish sacred nude, if I reversed one poetic niece, incite open odes reverified under cash, sin or dates if I won.
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Definition of the verb incite
What does incite mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: incited | inciting | incites
- give an incentive for action
- example: They incite him to write the letter
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Patient] I forced him [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Patient] into [Proposition, object control with -ing] I forced him into coming [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Patient] into [Proposition, not sentential clause] I forced John into the chairmanship
Force Verbs (with the same syntax): bamboozle, bullock, coax, coerce, commission, compel, dare, draw, encourage, entice, force, impel, induce, inveigle, jolt, lead, mislead, motivate, obligate, oblige, press, pressure, prod, prompt, push, rouse, rush, soothe, spur, sweet-talk, tempt.
- lexical domain: Creation - verbs of sewing, baking, painting, performing
- synonyms of incite: actuate / motivate / move / prompt / propel
- more generic words: cause / do / make = give rise to
- provoke or stir up
- example: incite a riot
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Theme 1 - abstract] [Verb] [Theme 2] Racial inequality engenders conflict [Theme 1 - abstract] [Verb] [Theme 2] [Predicate, that-complement clause] The bug causes the chip to give wrong answers for some mathematical calculations
- lexical domain: Communication - verbs of telling, asking, ordering, singing
- synonyms of incite: instigate / set off / stir up
- more generic words: provoke / stimulate = provide the needed stimulus for
- more specific word: raise = activate or stir up
- cause: act / move
- urge on; cause to act
Alternative definition of the verb incite
- To rouse, stir up or excite.
- Incite is an American groove metal band from Phoenix, Arizona formed in 2004.
- genres: Thrash metal, Groove metal
- albums: "Divided We Fail", "The Slaughter", "All Out War", "Up in Hell"
- nomination: - nominated to Independent Music Award for Best Album - Metal or Hardcore - "All Out War", with Minus Head Records
- Incite a.k.a. Incite/ is a musical group.
- albums: "Mindpiercing", "Iconicity", "Dare to Dance"
- official website: www.incite.fragmentedmedia.org
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Incite is a verb which means to cause people to do something, usually something bad. Examples: It is not clear who incited the red shirts to start rioting during Songkran last year. It has become a powerful political tool to incite people to rally in ...
The Evolution, Practice and Structure of Management Consultancy Worldwide by Barry Curnow, Jonathan Reuvid
Incite is an innovative new concept devised by the Austrian Institute of Management Consulting. Incite (Institute for Management Consultants and Information Technology Experts) is the Austrian platform for certification of management ...
Grammar Grade 8 (2005)
by Loretta Schorr
Incite/Insight—Incite is a verb that means “to arouse”; insight is a noun that means “understanding.” Legislator/Legislature—A legislator is the person that makes laws. A legislature is the entire body of lawmakers. Circle the word that completes ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
To believe or pretend that whateverour hearts incite is the will of God within us, is the principle of villainy that hath acted in the children of disobedience, enhanced and improved with circumstances ...
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Incite - (in-SYT) to cause a certain ...
;nt/ [L, stimulare, to incite], any agent that increases the rate of activity of a body system. stimulant cathartic, a cathartic that acts by promoting the motility of the bowel, especially the ...
by Laura L. Finley
INCITE! Incite! Women of Color Against Violence is a grassroots activist network of selfidentified radical feminists of color who mobilize to end violence against women and against racialized communities more broadly. In addition to local ...
by David Schultz, John R. Vile
357, the Court stated that the First Amendment did not prohibit the states from punishing those whose utterances were “inimical to the public welfare” or “tending to incite to crime” or to overthrow of the government, and it ...
Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botany, Zoology, Anatomy, Cytology, Embryology, Physiology by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson
stimulare, to incite.] A stimulus-producing agent (phys.\ stimulation (stlm'ulä' shiín) n. [L. stimulare, to incite.] Excitation or irritation of an organism or part by external influence, mechanical, chemical, etc (phys.). stlmulose (stlm'ulös) a.
stimulare, to incite] A stimulus-producing agent (phys.) stimulation (stim'ûlâ' shůn) n. [L. stz'mulare, to incite] Excitation or irritation of an organism or part by external influence, mechanical, chemical, etc. (phys.) stimulose (stïm'ülös) a.
by Louisa Pansegrouw
caustic, censorious, cutting, cynical, disparaging, ironic, judicious, keen, mordant, penetrating, perceptive, perspicacious, piercing, sarcastic, sardonic, satirical, severe, sharp, smart, stinging, tart, trenchant incite abet, actuate, agitate, arouse, ...
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Scrabble value of I1N1C3I1T1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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