Definition of Evocated

1. Verb. (past of evocate) ¹



2. Adjective. (rare) evoked ¹

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Definition of Evocated

1. evocate [v] - See also: evocate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evocated

evitating
evitation
evitations
evitative
evitative case
evite
evited
eviternal
eviternity
evites
eviting
evo
evo-devo
evocable
evocate
evocated (current term)
evocates
evocating
evocation
evocations
evocative
evocatively
evocativeness
evocativenesses
evocator
evocators
evoe
evohe
evoke
evoked

Literary usage of Evocated

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1. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1834)
"Yet nothing can beat out of this cool reflective head, that magical operations may be performed to evident effect, and the devil most positively evocated. ..."

2. The Genesis and Dissolution of the Faculty of Speech: A Clinical and by Joseph Collins (1898)
"This alexia which is now so manifest in attempting to read is probably explained by the fact that the patient always in reading evocated the articulatory ..."

3. The Romance of History: England by Henry Neele (1828)
"... the Pope made a peace with the Emperor, recalled his commission, and evocated the cause to Rome. Henry was so much exasperated at these proceedings, ..."

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