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Definition of "incite" []

  • To provoke and urge on: troublemakers who incite riots; inciting workers to strike. See Synonyms at provoke. (verb-transitive)
  • To stir up or provoke to action (verb)

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Use "incite" in a sentence
  • "Beck, Limbaugh and Palin incite violence for their own financial gain."
  • "You see, Broder doesn't suggest that the president "incite" a war only because Broder has already done such splendid work in inciting it himself."
  • "The Fitna film illustrates the dangers of Islamisation highlighted with selective Koranic texts, it does not "incite" against Muslims rather rails about extremism and frankly so it should."