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evoke
used in The Bourne Identity

8 uses
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Definition
to call forth or cause — typically to arouse an emotion or bring a memory to mind
  • Who had taught him to play upon the criminal mind, provoking and evoking a reluctant commitment?
    Chapter 3 (62% in)
  • And instinct had evoked the city of Paris.
    Chapter 5 (19% in)
  • For something had; a book of matches had evoked an image of reality.
    Chapter 6 (60% in)
  • The row of houses evoked another image, a very strong image of another row of flats, similar in outlines, but oddly different.
    Chapter 7 (17% in)
  • She gasped, suddenly paralyzed, unable to breathe, the man beside her evoking a memory of terror.
    Chapter 7 (89% in)
  • Words and looks had passed between them, quiet laughter evoked, comfort established.
    Chapter 10 (22% in)
  • The sounds evoked memories of long ago, of screeching jungle noises woven into a single tone.
    Chapter 19 (11% in)
  • There was another known relay at Les Classiques, a gray-haired switchboard operator named Philippe d'Anjou, whose face evoked images of violence and darkness, and shattering flashes of light and sound.
    Chapter 29 (81% in)

There are no more uses of "evoke" in The Bourne Identity.

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