incite

Incite vs Anger - What's the difference?

incite | anger | Related terms |

Incite is a related term of anger.


As a verb incite

is .

As a noun anger is

remorse, regret.

Prod vs Incite - What's the difference?

prod | incite | Related terms |

Prod is a related term of incite.


As a noun prod

is (slang|sometimes derogatory) a protestant, (as termed by roman catholics), that is in the context of their religious beliefs, or those who have been born in the protestant tradition, or sometimes those implied to be protestant by their political ideology of irish unionism or ulster loyalism.

As a verb incite is

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Embolden vs Incite - What's the difference?

embolden | incite | Related terms |

Embolden is a related term of incite.


As verbs the difference between embolden and incite

is that embolden is to render (someone) bolder or more courageous while incite is .

Precipitate vs Incite - What's the difference?

precipitate | incite |


As verbs the difference between precipitate and incite

is that precipitate is to make something happen suddenly and quickly; hasten while incite is .

As a noun precipitate

is a product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.

As an adjective precipitate

is headlong; falling steeply or vertically.

Incite vs Conciliate - What's the difference?

incite | conciliate |


As verbs the difference between incite and conciliate

is that incite is while conciliate is make calm and content; placate.

Incite vs Stock - What's the difference?

incite | stock |


As a verb incite

is .

As a noun stock is

stick, staff.

As a prefix stock is

used to emphasize.

Incite vs Set - What's the difference?

incite | set | Related terms |

Incite is a related term of set.


As a verb incite

is .

As a numeral set is

seven.

Cheer vs Incite - What's the difference?

cheer | incite | Related terms |

Cheer is a related term of incite.


As a noun cheer

is land, country, state, territory, shore.

As a verb incite is

.

Incite vs Ensue - What's the difference?

incite | ensue |


As verbs the difference between incite and ensue

is that incite is while ensue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow (a leader, inclination etc).

Edifice vs Incite - What's the difference?

edifice | incite |


As a noun edifice

is building, structure.

As a verb incite is

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