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Definition of "evocate" [ev•o•cate]

  • To evoke (verb)
  • To call up (verb)

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Use "evocate" in a sentence
  • "He alleged that the state government instead of rehabilitating the nomadic Gujjars in the state, is bent upon to evocate them from their ancestral land used by them since centuries together."
  • "The word used in this context is inflammatory and apparently designed to evocate an emotional response only."
  • "He wanders about invoking these Spirits, which appear to him, and are of no use; he at last goes to the very abode of the Evil Principle, _in propriâ personâ_, to evocate a ghost, which appears, and gives him an ambiguous and disagreeable answer; and in the third act he is found by his attendants dying in a tower where he had studied his art."