Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which incites or moves to action.
- n. One who incites.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, incites.
- n. someone who deliberately foments trouble
- incite + -er (Wiktionary)
“We do not make excuses for the haters, the bigots and the demagogues who incite against Jews and other minorities around the world, and we must not make excuses when the inciter is one of our own.”
“I love how Hamm calls Lou Dobbs an "inciter" yet doesn't bother to challenge any of the facts he puts forth on his show.”
“She is a quitter, a loser, an extremist, a racist, a dangerous violence-inciter, and a perfect example of how bad our education system has become.”
“Is a hateful inciter of peoples 'most base bigotry and ugly natures, period.”
“The commission dubbed him an “inciter” but found no concrete evidence that he instigated riots; no Carmichael conspiracy existed, they concluded.”
“So, Ailes is not a sociopath liar and murder-inciter, but rathar a great painter of chubby women with red hair?”
“Not to spread alarm if you haven't already plugged into this latest pet-owner panic-inciter, but concern has been expressed far and wide in recent months about the dangers of tennis ball chewing.”
“PETER BERGEN, CNN NATIONAL SECURITY ANALYST: You know, as an inciter to jihad who is also a religious cleric, he would, you know, be able to sanction attacks because, of course, Al Qaeda and like - minded groups, you know, they're -- they're looking for religious sanction for their -- for the kinds of attacks they do.”
“For those were the days of angry Coffin, the Pied Piper of civil disobedience, the inciter of students to violence, the incendiary proponent of ignoring the rule of law on behalf of Black Panthers.”
“In fact, at the same Virginia McCain rally, several Conservative Christian and Muslim McCain voters chastised the "Obama is a Muslim" inciter as racist and unrepresentative of their beliefs.”
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