evocative

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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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It has long been noted that spatial thinking provides us with analogies and tools for understanding other domains, as shown by the efficacy of diagrams, the pervasive spatial metaphors of everyday language, the evocativeness of place in memory, and the special role that geometry, astronomy, and cartography have played in the development of science and technology.
text; generalizations drawn from facts, interpretation of significance of a literary work; general interpretation explaining the whole work Evaluative Appreciation FA A statement about the Responses evocativeness of the work;
We should encourage them to describe in as much detail as possible not just for correctness but relevancy, not just for clear language but strong language, not just for denotation but evocativeness as well.
These recreations of Romanian peasant celebrations pulse with vitality, vigour and evocativeness.
Hood's study thus discloses the fundamental connection of two elements long noted in Tennyson's poetry, infinite evocativeness and the themes of love and desire.
That results in Nahuatl's having an expansive ambiguity and evocativeness, rather than the linear logic we are accustomed to in English.
Catholic Newman is particularly evident in the evocativeness of the
Grusa's short, compact lines often resemble the linguistic restraint, brevity, and evocativeness of Japanese haiku.
Moore in particular punctuates his eastern spectacle with non-imagistic, and, it may be argued, non-sensual details, introducing "musk[s] from Khoten" and "cornelian[s] from Yemen" that presumably are valuable for their geographical novelty and not their concrete evocativeness.