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evoke (verb), evokes; evoked; evoking
1. To produce memories, emotions, responses, feelings, etc.: While Jeff was looking again at the old family home, it evoked many pleasant recollections of the times when he was living there.
2. To suggest, through artistry and imagination, a vivid impression of some kind of reality: Reading the Harry Potter books certainly evokes many sensations of being right there in the story where the action is taking place!
3. To call forth or to bring out in a strong way: The politician's statement that he was strongly in favor of a reduction in taxes evoked strong applause and cheers from his political supporters.
To bring out or to call forth.
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