What are you up to inciting mutiny and insubordination?
Occasionally an old man’s treble voice begged for news, and instead of inciting the crowd to babbling it only intensified the hush as they heard the oft-repeated: "Nothing on the wires yet from the North except that there’s been fighting."
And thanks to the incitement of the Freedmen’s Bureau, negroes could always be found who were willing to bring accusations.
Now they had not only the Bureau agitators and the Carpetbaggers urging them on, but the incitement of whisky as well, and outrages were inevitable.
There are no more uses of "incite" in the book.
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Murder, assault, escape, possession of a weapon, inciting a riot, drug possession, and one perfect catch-all: "conduct which disrupts or interferes with the orderly running of the institution or the BOP."
Piper Kerman -- Orange Is the New Black
"I take it you won’t be saying anything that will incite me to give you trouble this semester, Mr. Mulligan?"