verb (used with object), e·voked, e·vok·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM evokee·vok·er, nounun·e·voked, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for evoke
It’s hard to tell what’s going on fully, and there’s like the sense of mystery here which is being evoked.
Its command of artificial intelligence, packaged into a software offering whose name evoked its founding family, would cure cancer.IBM finally gets rid of some business to focus on the one that matters|Adam Lashinsky|October 9, 2020|Fortune
You see something that evokes strong emotions, and each time you see it, that emotion comes up.
Furthermore, if asked to recall the emotional tone of a past event, you are more likely evoke a field memory, while if asked to recall facts of an event, you are more likely to call forth an observer memory.
There’s no other season that evokes the senses quite like fall.
She was sure that Dora was not the only evoker of the unbounded satisfaction in Bryce Denning's face and manner.The Man Between|Amelia E. Barr
Sudermann is still Klingsor, the evoker of artificial figures, not the poet who creates living men and women.Ivory Apes and Peacocks|James Huneker
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.