incite

Incite vs Bait - What's the difference?

incite | bait |


As a verb incite

is .

As an adjective bait is

.

Incite vs Bite - What's the difference?

incite | bite |


As a verb incite

is .

As a proper noun bite is

.

Incite vs Incentivize - What's the difference?

incite | incentivize |


As verbs the difference between incite and incentivize

is that incite is while incentivize is (transitive|us|business|economics) to provide incentives for; to encourage.

Incite vs Incent - What's the difference?

incite | incent |


As verbs the difference between incite and incent

is that incite is while incent is (us) to provide an incentive to (a person or organization).

Impetus vs Incite - What's the difference?

impetus | incite |


As a noun impetus

is .

As a verb incite is

.

Enthrall vs Incite - What's the difference?

enthrall | incite |


As verbs the difference between enthrall and incite

is that enthrall is to hold spellbound; to bewitch, charm or captivate while incite is .

Ferment vs Incite - What's the difference?

ferment | incite |


As verbs the difference between ferment and incite

is that ferment is to react, using fermentation; especially to produce alcohol by aging or by allowing yeast to act on sugars; to brew while incite is .

As a noun ferment

is something, such as a yeast or barm, that causes fermentation.

Incite vs Insist - What's the difference?

incite | insist |


As verbs the difference between incite and insist

is that incite is while insist is to hold up a claim emphatically.

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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