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Another word for incitement

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Noun
  1. Something that incites especially a violent response

      1. A sharp-pointed stick used in driving oxen
      2. An agent or means of prodding or urging; a stimulus.
      3. Any driving impulse; spur
      1. Something that incites.
      2. The act of inciting or moving to action.
      1. An act or instance of provoking
      2. (Emergency medicine) The second step in OPQRST regarding the investigation of what makes the symptoms MOI or NOI improve or deteriorate.
      3. Something that provokes; esp., a cause of resentment or irritation
      1. Government spending designed to generate or increase economic activity.
      2. (Physiol., Psychol.) Any action or agent that causes or changes an activity in an organism, organ, or part, as something that excites an end organ, starts a nerve impulse, or activates a muscle
      3. An agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological activity or response.
      1. Something that induces intense emotional distress, especially by evoking memories of past trauma.
      2. A similar device used to release or activate a mechanism.
      3. An act, impulse, etc. that initiates an action, series of events, etc.
    See also:

    cause

Another word for incitement

Noun
      1. A motif in art, literature, or music.
      2. An emotion, desire, physiological need, or similar impulse that acts as an incitement to action.
      3. Some inner drive, impulse, intention, etc. that causes a person to do something or act in a certain way; incentive; goal
      1. Government spending designed to generate or increase economic activity.
      2. (Physiol., Psychol.) Any action or agent that causes or changes an activity in an organism, organ, or part, as something that excites an end organ, starts a nerve impulse, or activates a muscle
      3. An agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological activity or response.
      1. Something that provokes; esp., a cause of resentment or irritation
      2. An act or instance of provoking
      3. (Emergency medicine) The second step in OPQRST regarding the investigation of what makes the symptoms MOI or NOI improve or deteriorate.
    See also:

    incentive