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Synonyms for evocative

Synonyms for evocative

tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind

Synonyms for evocative

serving to bring to mind

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If only more architectural book-making in which the architect is involved with production could be like this--clear, unaggressive, evocative, perceptive--we might start to make a much more civilised world than that encouraged by the simplistic, flashy handling of the work of contemporary super-stars in most contemporary publication.
Written in the tradition and style of romantic character pieces, they use a rich harmonic vocabulary; they are in small-scale ABA form; they convey contrasting moods and use evocative titles; and, very importantly, the composer's adept handling of the musical and technical elements makes these pieces accessible to students without a sense of "writing down" to them.
The 160 evocative images, mostly of southern life, seem to express either the harshness of struggling or the relief of salvation.
The 2004 Canadian Church Calendar, which featured photographs of flowers, was pure delight, beautiful photographs, very evocative and with appropriate and sensitively selected texts.
It's wonderfully evocative of the joys of growing up in the woods with BB guns and firecrackers and frogs before Xbox and the other distractions of modern childhood.
Beautiful and strangely haunting (its haunting quality enhanced by Patric Caird's elegiac musical score), Defile in Veil is a potent, evocative instance of cinematic poetry.
Following the established format of previous titles using commissioned essays, artwork and evocative photos, this book gives the daily historical sequence of the Navy's development and activities.
Priceless features candid, emotionally evocative wildlife images by award-winning photographer Mitsuaki Iwago.
Media 100 develops award-winning advanced media systems for content design, enabling creative professionals to design highly evocative effects-intensive work on a personal computer.
AN evocative time play is in store for Warwickshire audiences during Easter week.
Ramshaw's presentations are scholarly and searching, going beyond the "romance" of evocative symbols to analyze their liturgical use.
Personally I cling to the hope that humans may finally have developed enough control over their universe that more of us can dare to live without evocative allegories--to take our reality straight.
Engnell discusses the power of naming and the usefulness of evocative language in communicating degree and stirring emotion.
Her description of the city and its region closes, and each of the following chapters is preceded and the book as a whole concluded, with a highly evocative essay based on the history of an important local family, the Huartes and their descendants, whose rising and falling fortunes exemplified with reasonable fidelity the ebb and flow of the region's economic and political fortunes over the century 1780-1880 or so.
Reclining attitudes are common in Sargent's art, both in portraits and in small genre pictures, and they are evocative of pervasive fin de siecle indolence.