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Definition of "elicited" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of elicit. (verb)

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Use "elicited" in a sentence
  • ""Chinese Democracy" generated its share of publicity, thanks in part to the negative reaction Mr. Rose's album title elicited from the Chinese government."
  • "And we discussed a Slate article that showed how often the word McCain elicited the word "senile" and Obama the word "Muslim" in voters 'minds in 2008, though neither was either."
  • "Even during filming, an empty coffin elicited compassion, he says."