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1. evoke

verb. ['ɪˈvoʊk, iːˈvoʊk'] call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses).

Synonyms

  • kindle
  • heat
  • draw
  • rekindle
  • discompose
  • untune
  • inflame
  • anger
  • prick
  • provoke
  • ask for
  • wound
  • discomfit
  • shame
  • spite
  • stir up
  • elicit
  • touch a chord
  • invite
  • shake
  • sweep over
  • create
  • enkindle
  • overcome
  • whelm
  • arouse
  • disconcert
  • excite
  • wake
  • stir
  • shake up
  • fire up
  • interest
  • bruise
  • injure
  • infatuate
  • strike a chord
  • raise
  • make
  • stimulate
  • overpower
  • upset
  • overtake
  • offend
  • overwhelm
  • ignite
  • hurt

Antonyms

  • open
  • thicken
  • tune
  • better

Etymology

  • evoco (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Evoke

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How do you pronounce evoke?

Pronounce evoke as ɪˈvoʊk.

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2. evoke

verb. ['ɪˈvoʊk, iːˈvoʊk'] evoke or provoke to appear or occur.

Synonyms

  • kick up
  • make
  • raise
  • conjure
  • stir
  • pick
  • call down
  • bring up
  • cause
  • put forward
  • do
  • provoke
  • call forth
  • arouse
  • conjure up

Antonyms

  • disarrange
  • obviate
  • exhale
  • stay in place

Etymology

  • evoco (Latin)

3. evoke

verb. ['ɪˈvoʊk, iːˈvoʊk'] summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic.

Synonyms

  • kick up
  • provoke
  • maledict
  • anathemize
  • conjure
  • bedamn
  • damn
  • put forward
  • create
  • arouse
  • stir
  • call down
  • bring up
  • beshrew
  • curse
  • imprecate
  • bless
  • raise
  • make
  • anathemise
  • call forth
  • conjure up

Antonyms

  • bless
  • unemotionality
  • adduct
  • push

Etymology

  • evoco (Latin)

4. evoke

verb. ['ɪˈvoʊk, iːˈvoʊk'] deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning).

Synonyms

  • interpret
  • see
  • elicit
  • extract
  • construe
  • draw out

Antonyms

  • abduct
  • glycerolize
  • invest
  • deposit

Etymology

  • evoco (Latin)

5. evoke

verb. ['ɪˈvoʊk, iːˈvoʊk'] call to mind.

Synonyms

  • suggest
  • evince
  • inculpate
  • paint a picture
  • express
  • imply
  • show
  • smell
  • incriminate
  • smack

Antonyms

  • extinguish
  • cool
  • coldness
  • anestrus

Etymology

  • evoco (Latin)

Example sentences of the word evoke


1. Verb, past tense
Caramel apples are good any time of year, but they evoke a sense of autumn, when the crunch of leaves and the scent of apples fill the air.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
If you think ahead, you can “plant” gifts for your girlfriend to find that will cost next to nothing but be treasured for the memories they evoke.

3. Verb, base form
A rain showerhead and some live greens are all you really need to evoke a spa-like feel in your bathroom.

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