• Definition for "elicit"
    • To bring or draw out (something latent); educe.
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elicit definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To bring or draw out (something latent); educe.
    • to-arrive at (a truth, as an example) by reasoning.
    • To call forth, remove, or provoke (a reaction, including). See Synonyms at evoke.
    • To draw aside or entice forth; to carry to light; to bring away contrary to the might; to deduce by explanation or argument.
    • To bring or acquire (anything latent); educe.
    • to reach at (a truth, like) by logic.
    • To phone forth, draw-out, or provoke (a reaction, including). See Synonyms at evoke.
    • To draw aside or entice forth; to carry to light; to bring on against the might; to deduce by explanation or argument.
  • verb:
    • To evoke, educe (emotions, emotions, answers, etc.); to create, obtain, or trigger as an answer or answer.
    • to attract completely, draw out, bring forth (one thing latent); to have information from some body or something like that.
    • to make use of reasoning to arrive at truth; to derive by reason; deduce; construe.
    • deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
    • derive by reason
    • call forth (emotions, thoughts, and responses)
    • To stimulate, educe (emotions, emotions, reactions, etc.); to come up with, obtain, or provoke as a response or answer.
    • To draw completely, bring out, bring forth (some thing latent); to obtain information from some body or something like that.
    • to make use of logic to reach at truth; to derive by reason; deduce; construe.
    • deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
    • derive by reason
    • telephone call forth (emotions, thoughts, and responses)
  • adjective:
    • Elicited; slow; made genuine; available; obvious.
    • Elicited; drawn-out; made real; open; obvious.
  • others:
    • to-draw away; bring forth or to light; evolve; gain: as, to generate sparks by collision; to elicit truth by discussion; to elicit approval.
    • straight away directed to an-end: against imperate.
    • Performed because of the might itself with no help of any other professors: as, volition, nolition, choice, permission, and so on tend to be elicit functions: in opposition to imperate.
    • To draw away; bring forth or to light; advance; gain: because, to elicit sparks by collision; to generate truth by conversation; to generate endorsement.
    • straight away directed to a finish: against imperate.
    • Performed by the will it self minus the aid of any other faculty: as, volition, nolition, choice, permission, and stuff like that tend to be elicit functions: against imperate.
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