verb (used with object), e·voked, e·vok·ing.
Origin of evoke
Examples from the Web for evoker
Historical Examples of evoker
The voice ceased and the evoker offered a prayer of adoration.
I did not, and the seeress did not, and the evoker of spirits did not and could not.
The evoker of spirits said they must be making some kind of masonic house.
I sat with my acquaintance in the middle of the room, and the evoker of spirits on the dais, and his wife between us and him.
The evoker of spirits saw them too, and said that one of them held up his arms and they were without hands.
Word Origin for evoke
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.