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Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
He invoked the law that would save him
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What's the internet saying about evoke/invoke?
@MoonAtomz: Invoke, Evoke, Provoke U decide.
@fatirishman: The #IRS can't even evoke (invoke?) the 5th Amendment correctly.
@VarsityLeeds: Rainmaking is a term for rituals intended to invoke rain...... So if we can evoke rain lets make it shine people! http://t.co/cMjrTKKNl9
@KrissyJill: @SheMarrs @bobbylongnews Awww...I feel so speshul...even tho it seems to be the main expression I evoke from most folks. Or is it invoke?
@ladderupvan: Invoke Imagination, Provoke Senses, Evoke Emotions @Cirque #LynHeward
@planetprint: @CaitLomas YES. He needs to have tortured, unreciprocated feelings! they invoke far more sympathy :P (would I use invoke or evoke here?)