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evoke
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
to call forth or cause — typically to arouse an emotion or bring a memory to mind
  • The sense of death, which had been evoked in all by his taking leave of life on the night when he had sent for his brother, was broken up.
    Part Five (58% in)
  • Having finished the paper, a second cup of coffee and a roll and butter, he got up, shaking the crumbs of the roll off his waistcoat; and, squaring his broad chest, he smiled joyously: not because there was anything particularly agreeable in his mind—the joyous smile was evoked by a good digestion.
    Part One (6% in)
  • I really am not sure," Vronsky answered heedlessly, with a vague recollection of something stiff and tedious evoked by the name Karenina.
    Part One (50% in)
  • Alexey Alexandrovitch, like Lidia Ivanovna indeed, and others who shared their views, was completely devoid of vividness of imagination, that spiritual faculty in virtue of which the conceptions evoked by the imagination become so vivid that they must needs be in harmony with other conceptions, and with actual fact.
    Part Five (67% in)

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