Incited [verb]

Definition of Incited:

encourage, provoke

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Sentence/Example of Incited:

The working man was incited to contemplate the beauty of the night's rest that followed on the exhaustion of the day.

There was evidence that one girl had incited seven boys to sexual misbehaviour on the way home from a co-educational school.

But a fanatical or parricide priest is not incited in this way; heaven is held out to him, and not a woman.

Who does not see that the child is incited and encouraged and stimulated by every sentiment to which you should appeal?

Incited by these words, the boatmen again worked manfully but it soon become evident that they could not escape the Tartars.

Is not man everywhere the same, and incited by the same needs to the same actions?

The studious youth, incited by my reputation, was resolved to make a trial, and wished me to explain Adelung's German Grammar.

By keeping the death of Padilla fresh in the minds of the citizens, she incited them to make a resolute defence.

Danton incited the crowd against the prisoners, Marat saw the danger of a massacre.

We are incited to an action solely because it is moral, without previously asking ourselves if it is the most agreeable.