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  • adv. In an evocative manner.

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Examples

  • The culture she depicts so plausibly and evocatively is intolerable for the woman reader.

    On Edith Wharton « Tales from the Reading Room

  • The show, evocatively titled "David Bowie, Artist," seeks to re-frame the glam rocker's artistic output as a lifelong performance piece of sorts.

    ARTINFO: The Many Faces of David Bowie Go on View at the Museum of Arts and Design

  • If music has come to sound like someone moving in your midst, and probably moving evocatively in some way, then it is not very surprising.

    Dancing Out of the Dark

  • The rally was held, evocatively, in the Place de la Bastille, the birthplace of the French revolution.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • In 1982, the evocatively named LIFFE futures trading exchange opened in the City.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • I realized that I was having a lot of fun visualizing the action in my head, and describing it to them all as evocatively as possible. and so the campaign begins ...

    Boing Boing

  • Glass has been following the secret lives of wild Norway rats – otherwise known as brown rats, wharf rats, or, most evocatively, sewer rats -- for more than two decades now, but Baltimore has been a national hotspot for rat studies for well over half a century.

    Boing Boing

  • Her hardboiled style is also effortlessly evocatively sensual.

    MIND MELD: Memorable Short Stories to Add to Your Reading List (Part 2 of 2)

  • That's because the series, evocatively set in post-Katrina New Orleans, is so well conceived David Simon and Eric Overmyer with syncopated story lines focused on appealing characters, and the assurance that cherished memories of that port city's special place in American life with its music, food, unique language and sensibility have not washed away when those levees broke.

    Regina Weinreich: Cajun Fiction: Treme on HBO

  • The main problem with Life, though, is that too many of these tales have been told before, most evocatively in two classic on-the-road-with-the-Stones chronicles: Stanley Booth's The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones and Robert Greenfield's Stones Touring Party.

    Life by Keith Richards

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