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to call forth or cause — typically to arouse an emotion or bring a memory to mind
  • Trying to evoke the romance of it all.
    p. 124.2
  • Soon this illusion had me standing below the window, then circling, quietly, around to the back window of that room, where I saw what I had been looking for, Jess Clark, his back and the back of his head, in a white shirt, the slope of his shoulders and the angle of his neck as evocative and promising as anything I had ever seen.
    p. 262.8

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