verb (used with object), in·cit·ed, in·cit·ing.
Origin of incite
SYNONYMS FOR incite
Can be confusedincite insight
Examples from the Web for inciter
The Daily Show host and inciter of sanity was a straight shooter when it came time for him to interview President Obama.
But perhaps she may have rested quietly in her room; she may have been only the inciter or the accomplice of the deed.The Lamp That Went Out|Augusta Groner
"Let us say, rather, inciter of public interest," explained Hummer.A Star for a Night|Elsie Janis
She has forced this quarrel upon France, and yet nine-tenths of Europe look upon France as the inciter of the war.The Young Franc Tireurs|G. A. Henty
It should be, in fact, not only the inciter of public spirit, but the director of public effort.Village Improvements and Farm Villages|George E. Waring
Is it not evident that the previous speaker would, under their rgime, set self-interest upon the throne as the inciter to work?Freeland|Theodor Hertzka