incite in AZ Dictionary
- (v) To provoke and urge on: troublemakers which incite riots; inciting employees to strike. See Synonyms at provoke.
- (v) to maneuver to action; to stir-up; to rouse; to spur or encourage on.
- (v) To rouse, stir up or excite.
- (v) provoke or stir-up
- (v) desire on; cause to act
- to maneuver to action; stir up; instigate; spur on.
- Synonyms Impel, Induce, etc. (see actuate), stimulate, urge on, rouse, fire, provoke, excite, encourage, animate, set on, drive, persuade. See number under impel.
incite in Community Dictionary
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- Sentence for "incite"
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- Synonym for "incite"
- animate, excite, stimulate, rouse, encourage
- Verb Forms for "incite"
- incited, incites, inciting
- Phrases for "incite"
- incite anti-Israeli, incite violence, incite sectarian, incite fears, incite others
- Rhyme for "incite"
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- Hyponym for "incite"
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