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Synonyms for incite

Synonyms for incite

Synonyms for incite

give an incentive for action

provoke or stir up

urge on


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He told himself so; and yet he had once or twice felt a certain savage resistance, and at another moment a shuddering repugnance, to this intrusion of Philip's image, which almost made it a new incitement to rush toward Maggie and claim her for himself.
Cass," was Priscilla's parting injunction, as she took the reins, and shook them gently, by way of friendly incitement to Speckle.
I know not by what chain of thought the idea presented itself, but it instantly darted into my mind that the murderer had come to mock at my misery and taunt me with the death of Clerval, as a new incitement for me to comply with his hellish desires.
On that and every subsequent occasion his presence served rather as a check upon his host, than an incitement to further acts of intemperance; and he always succeeded in bringing him from the dining-room in good time, and in tolerably good condition; for if Arthur disregarded such intimations as 'Well, I must not detain you from your lady,' or 'We must not forget that Mrs.
Economic ideas are not an incitement to murder, and one has but to suppose .
These words redoubled the eagerness of D'Artagnan, who urged his horse, though he stood in need of no incitement, and they proceeded at a rapid pace.
He said he sent a letter to US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and made contacts with Dr Nabil Elaraby, Secretary General of the League of Arab States and Catherine Ashton, the High Representative for Foreign Policy of the European Union to explore ways that prevent repetition of such an act which aimed at incitements that may result in violence.
escalating wave of incitement against Muslims, with particular reference to the targeting of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
The talks mainly focused on the control of violent incitements and indirect peace talks.
If the killing of six million Jews is precisely what the "Never Again" Convention was intended to combat, the world must not turn its back on Ahmadinejad's blunt incitements to do so.
Several prominent international human rights lawyers and jurists have urged that Ahmadinejad be prosecuted for incitement to genocide.
Despite its large vision of freedom of expression, however, the provision also contemplates the case of racist propaganda, Article 13(5) of the American Convention is more or less identical to article 20 of the ICCPR, and requires that where propaganda for war or advocacy of facial hatred constitute incitements to violence, they are to be considered as offences punishable by law.
Action ought to have been taken much sooner than it was to prevent incitement to genocide, a crime under the Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
92) The American Convention on Human Rights also contains an article that protects free speech but also limits this freedom by declaring that "propaganda for war and advocacy of hatred that constitute incitements to violence are punishable by law.
In a statement, the Observatory demanded "definition of the limits of incitement stipulated in the Authority's decision".