Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inciting manner; so as to excite to action.
- adv. In an inciting manner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. So as to incite or stimulate.
- inciting + -ly (Wiktionary)
“For me it is conclusive that such a feeling carries with it the impulse to alter the psychic situation, and acts incitingly, which is quite contrary to the nature of perceived pleasure.”
“During her rally speeches she shrieks incitingly to the crowd, “Who is the real Barack Obama?””
“Was she imagining it, or did her skin have a new gleam, a new softness. had her body always known how to abandon itself into such feminine wantonness. how to curve and move so that it would make a man shudder and then groan before reaching out to drag one trembling hand along its supine curve. a hand that tightened almost possessively against her waist and then lingered on the round warmth of her thigh so that she moved instinctively and incitingly against its pressure, inviting its possession of the hidden feminine core of her body?”
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