English words and Examples of Usage

use "invoke" in a sentence

According to Wilson, Kyiv could reject Morel's plan and invoke the Minsk Protocol.

We'll see that such 'lone wolves' invoke the parties - and act out what the ideology demands.

Party hardliners known as the Left Platform invoke non-payment as a matter of principle.

That prompted Harper to invoke the ghost of Bob Rae's Ontario NDP government of the early 1990s.

Many different cultures, from ancient Egyptians to 20th-century Balkan, perform special ceremonial dances intended to invoke rain and bring about an abundant harvest.

1323 BC ) and Mursilis II (around 1300 BC ) invoke, among a long list of deities, ".

Magicians invoke Valtorr in spells to command vapors and gasses.

Too many people invoke a passage of the Bible to justify their intolerance of those who are different.

Concerned citizens the world over are calling on the United Nations to invoke resolution 377A in order to bring an end to the war. involve

Seneca once advised, "If you judge, investigate." invoke

In the Middle Ages, English soldiers believed that an army attacking a castle could invoke supernatural forces to their aid if they marched counter-clockwise around the castle walls.

Even in 2008, vandals continued to invoke Hammer's catchphrase.

Gilbert Chesterton once joked, "Never invoke the gods unless you really want them to appear. It annoys them very much."

Each such usage attempts to invoke the physically intuitive notion of smoothness.

The village priests performed a sacred dance to invoke their gods in an effort to bring rain to their dry lands.

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