Spray-tanned armpits can evoke black holes, Peterson says, "because no one ever moisturizes their underarms."
Some featured products, like beaded bracelets and pillow shams, evoke the Italy-India-Bali theme of the story.
But if book shoplifting can be looked at in historical context, it must then evoke nostalgia.
If words must evoke, they must take all manner of oblique paths.
Novels tend to evoke war with a dark palette, in “black thoughts and brown funks.”
After some practice a lesser degree than was used in the beginning sufficed to evoke adequate reactions.
And surely the contrast is calculated to evoke curious reflections.
Josephine made a little gesture of impatience such as my well-born apotheosis of nature is apt to evoke.
I am not only to suppress the evil, but to evoke the good elements in my nature.
He did not evoke the idea of violence, outrage, and slaughter.
1620s, from French évoquer or directly from Latin evocare "call out, rouse, summon" (see evocation). Often more or less with a sense of "calling spirits," or being called by them. Related: Evoked; evokes; evoking.