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use "evoke" in a sentence

Inevitably, some technologies may evoke a "yuck" response when we hear about them.

A woman's permission to desire still depends on her ability to evoke desire in others.

UK's Heathrow Airport pairs destinations with fragrances to evoke long distance travel.

Like all moving art, it exaggerates and imitates the real world to evoke something fundamental.

Research suggests that you can evoke certain emotions or reactions in people by having them listen to certain sounds.

The set for the play was meant to evoke a sense of fear and dread.

This work uses a montage of photos to evoke memories.

The lyrics evoke a meaning of how complicated situations of love can become.

The remains of flint evoke a very expeditious technology.14.

His jersey is colored red, yellow, and black to evoke Africa.

I find that certain smells can evoke stronger memories than a photo is able to.

A number of churches and synagogues have been designed to evoke the Temple.

Eric's remarkable photographs evoke feelings of joy and wonder, and simple delight with life.

The book employs a striking prose method in which sounds often evoke colors.

She uses several symbols which evoke dream states, or the human subconscious.

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The Manila selfie museum encouraging visitors to take pictures with art

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