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Definition of "inciting" []

  • Present participle of incite. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inciting" in a sentence
  • "Not to mention his part in inciting the first Gulf War and his brave little adventure in Panama."
  • "There are of course grey areas; the Founding Fathers might have written the Constitution to allow flag burning but doing so in the name of inciting a riot, and destroying public property and peace in the process, would cross the line."
  • "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."