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evoke
used in Gone with the Wind

9 uses
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Definition
to call forth or cause — typically to arouse an emotion or bring a memory to mind
  • The wintry wind swept her damp ankles and she shivered again but her shiver was less from the wind than from the dread his words evoked in her heart.
    4.31 (59% in)
  • Throughout the South for fifty years there would be bitter-eyed women who looked backward, to dead times, to dead men, evoking memories that hurt and were futile, bearing poverty with bitter pride because they had those memories.
    3.25 (47% in)
  • The meal was gay enough and even Gerald, presiding absently at the head of the table, managed to evoke from the back of his dim mind some of the manner of a host and an uncertain smile.
    3.28 (43% in)
  • They evoke no ardor in the male breast.
    4.34 (98% in)
  • She looked at Frank so steadily, her eyes narrowing, that he became somewhat alarmed and she dropped her gaze swiftly, remembering Rhett's words: "I've seen eyes like yours above a dueling pistol...... They evoke no ardor in the male breast."
    4.35 (30% in)
  • The soft drawling voices quickened with an old excitement as they talked in the quiet darkness—infantryman, cavalryman, cannoneer, evoking memories of the days when life was ever at high tide, recalling the fierce heat of their midsummer in this forlorn sunset of their winter.
    4.41 (78% in)
  • His insistent mouth was parting her shaking lips, sending wild tremors along her nerves, evoking from her sensations she had never known she was capable of feeling.
    4.47 (56% in)
  • He was muttering things she did not hear, his lips were evoking feelings never felt before.
    5.54 (63% in)
  • It isn't right for you to tell me this!" cried Melanie, her mind shrinking away from the picture Mammy's words evoked.
    5.59 (56% in)

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