Definition of Evocates
1. evocate [v] - See also: evocate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Evocates
Literary usage of Evocates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Organon, Or Logical Treatises, of Aristotle: With the Introduction of by Aristotle, Octavius Freire Owen, Porphyry (1908)
"Induction," says Taylor, " is so far subservient to the acquisitions of science, as it evocates into energy in the soul, those universals from which ..."
2. The Description of Greece by Pausanias (1824)
"For a horse, as we have shown in a former note, is an image of motive vigour ; and Neptune is a deity who evocates thing's into progression* And this is the ..."
3. The Classical Journal (1820)
"... she acquires in the present life, is nothing more than a recovery of what she once possessed ; and which discipline evocates from its dormant retreats. ..."
4. Phreno-mnemotechnic Dictionary: Being a Philosophical Classification of All ...by Francis Fauvel-Gouraud by Francis Fauvel-Gouraud (1844)
"1060 Death of Samuel, 1060 The city of Ziklag presented to David, by king Achish, 1056 Saul evocates the ghost of Samuel, thro' the Witch of Endor, ..."