incite

Incite vs Garner - What's the difference?

incite | garner |


As a verb incite

is .

As a proper noun garner is

.

Enjoin vs Incite - What's the difference?

enjoin | incite |


As verbs the difference between enjoin and incite

is that enjoin is (transitive|chiefly|literary) to lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge while incite is .

Incite vs Awaken - What's the difference?

incite | awaken |


As verbs the difference between incite and awaken

is that incite is while awaken is to cause to become awake.

Refer vs Incite - What's the difference?

refer | incite |


As verbs the difference between refer and incite

is that refer is to direct the attention of while incite is .

Incite vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

incite | cultivate |


As verbs the difference between incite and cultivate

is that incite is while cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops.

Incite vs Suggest - What's the difference?

incite | suggest |


As verbs the difference between incite and suggest

is that incite is while suggest is to imply but stop short of saying explicitly.

Try vs Incite - What's the difference?

try | incite |


As an initialism try

is .

As a verb incite is

.

Incite vs Order - What's the difference?

incite | order |


As a verb incite

is .

As a noun order is

, command.

Abetment vs Incite - What's the difference?

abetment | incite |


As a noun abetment

is the act of abetting; instigating; inciting; encouraging .

As a verb incite is

.

Incite vs Triggers - What's the difference?

incite | triggers |


As verbs the difference between incite and triggers

is that incite is while triggers is (trigger).

As a noun triggers is

.

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