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elicit
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition get or bring out in response — such as information or a feeling
  • Correspondence with Charleston friends elicited the further information that his father, a charming old gentleman with an iron will and a ramrod for a backbone, had cast him out without a penny when he was twenty and even stricken his name from the family Bible.
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