Verb(1) call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses(2) evoke or provoke to appear or occur(3) deduce (a principle, a meaning(4) summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic(5) call to mind
(1) It captures honest moments of weirdness, but it also manipulates images and music to evoke emotion.(2) The representation of the disabled has historically been heavily stereotyped with aversive images that evoke pity and fear.(3) Stress related factors might also influence interpretations of abuse, and evoke different responses in the victims of abuse.(4) Jewels, which have a definite presence in most of the counters, evoke a good response from the customers.(5) Is it possible the movie set out to evoke a cinematic response in the spectator to mimic the characters' internal quandaries?(6) So these things have to be handled very, very delicately, and the way I'm trying to do that is to evoke a sense of memory as opposed to a sense of anger.(7) Clearly, these kinds of images of the miserable at play will evoke horror in the minds of every sane person.(8) They are gruesome and evoke fear in the minds of their devotees; not love.(9) The number of stimuli per 10-sec stimulation train that failed to evoke any muscular response was recorded.(10) In subjects with reduced androgen levels, stimuli that normally evoke a stress response are significantly less potent.(11) He thought that a circle of a particular colour touching a triangle at a specific juncture could evoke the same response in the viewer as the hand of God touching Adam in the Sistine chapel.(12) The narration, music and images combined to evoke fear and loathing in my impressionable pre-teen mind!(13) Note that if you do choose to evoke the deity, you will enter a Gnostic trance and you may therefore forget what happened while you were under the trance.(14) Peaches evoke memories and bring out the best of summertime activities.(15) To evoke the Deities, raise the clasped hands to the center of the forehead.(16) A second argument holds that a modified procedure might evoke negative responses in patients, leading to a decreased willingness to participate in future research.
(1) evoke :: 誘起します
1. bring to mind ::
2. stir ::
3. raise ::
5. draw out ::
6. paint a picture ::
Different Formsevoke, evoked, evokes, evoking
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