- v. present participle of incite.
“Not to mention his part in inciting the first Gulf War and his brave little adventure in Panama.”
“There are of course grey areas; the Founding Fathers might have written the Constitution to allow flag burning but doing so in the name of inciting a riot, and destroying public property and peace in the process, would cross the line.”
“And when the speaker began to condemn the revolutionaries saying that in inciting the people to revolt they were only fostering their own interests, a general murmur filled the mosque; voices rose in indignant protest, and some cursed the imam.”
“You see, Broder doesn't suggest that the president "incite" a war only because Broder has already done such splendid work in inciting it himself.”
“Jesus seemed to be interested in inciting fellowship, harmony, and morality.”
“Beck and cohorts seem to interested in inciting riots and other acts of violence.”
“Language is the most powerful tool any one person does posses, most especially in inciting fear.”
“All that is required is that the accused actually succeeded in inciting hatred which was âlikely to lead to a breach of the peace.”
“In fact, the protesters were for the most part very peaceful, although the leaders succeeded in inciting some of them.”
“While Kissinger was perhaps a little less outraged or driven to less frenzy than Nixon by the exercise of the right to free speech by American citizens who did not agree with one or another policy, he ... had a hand in inciting — and in executing — at least some of the President's more draconian efforts to suppress dissenting voices, close down government leaks, and crush the protest movement.”
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