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Example sentences for "incitement"

Lexicographically close words:
incisor; incisors; incitation; incite; incited; incitements; incites; inciting; incivility; inclemencies
  1. This same adroitly phrased incitement was found in other correspondence.

  2. Every nationalist aspiration, every political grievance, every social injustice, every racial discrimination, was fuel for Bolshevism's incitement to violence and war.

  3. Europe to-day lies debilitated and uncured, while Asia and Africa see in this a standing incitement to rash dreams and violent action.

  4. Close all the avenues, take away all the incitement for man's ambition, and he would do no more than woman does.

  5. These letters breathe wisdom and virtue, with incitement to all worthy aims, no less than strong mental companionship and fervent maternal sympathy.

  6. For the rest, the occult doctrine that a little faith might suffice to move mountains--a development from the mysticisms of the Hebrew prophets--could count for nothing save as an incitement to prayer in general.

  7. Thus the very inculcation of humility, by its constant direction against all intellectual exercise, becomes an incitement to a spiritual arrogance; and all manner of science finds in the current ideal of piety its pre-ordained antagonist.

  8. His Peace of the Augustans is an almost irresistible incitement to go and forget the present world among the poets and novelists and biographers and letter-writers of the eighteenth century.

  9. Literary criticism is in its nature largely an incitement to enter, a hint of the treasures that are to be found within.

  10. Henry Hunt was holding forth to eager multitudes, whose conduct (partly by incitement of Government spies) led to measures being taken for preserving the peace.

  11. Occasions of the kind were eagerly sought for, and furnished an impulse and incitement to the composer, even when they somewhat hampered his productive powers.

  12. But any thing was preferable to his present suspense; and the hope that he might yet be useful to Laura, formed an incitement still more powerful.

  13. She feared that her desertion might remove one incitement to a virtuous course.

  14. For the rest, he had what is called a good heart; that is, he disliked to witness or inflict pain, except from some incitement stronger than advantage to the sufferer.

  15. There must be incitement to hatred or to contempt; II.

  16. A contingent incitement to hatred and contempt, an incitement by inadvertence, is in this case not conceivable.

  17. There has been no incitement against the propertied classes of the community; there has been no instigation against those against whom I am accused of instigating to hatred and contempt.

  18. If such a contingent incitement, an unintended incitement to hatred and contempt, were conceivable, what would not the consequences be?

  19. This incitement must be directed to the detriment of given classes of the subjects of the State, and I am accordingly accused by the public prosecutor of having incited the class of the unpropertied against the class of the propertied; III.

  20. There must be incitement to hatred and contempt; there can in the case before you be no question of this point, and for several reasons.

  21. This incitement must be of such a nature as to endanger the public peace.

  22. Now, whereby, according to this passage, have I accomplished my alleged incitement to hatred and contempt?

  23. He has shown that he does not consider that a disturbance of the public peace necessarily has arisen in case of incitement to subjective sentiments of hatred and contempt.

  24. There must be first the incitement to thought.

  25. A second step in the educational process is incitement to action.

  26. What time or what incitement has a slave to become wise?

  27. What time, or what incitement has a slave to become wise?

  28. I readily admit that the wish instigators originating in conscious like contribute towards the incitement of dreams, but that is probably all.

  29. But while this might be looked upon as a valuable diplomatic asset--a means to graceful concession in return for adequate benefits--it remained an incitement to French hostility; the more so when Francis I.

  30. She was believed to be a criminal, who had forfeited all right to sympathy and consideration; she was palpably a standing menace to the internal peace of the realm, a standing incitement to its enemies abroad.

  31. He is charged with sedition and incitement to riot and murder, and also with obstructing the Queen's Highway.

  32. Why, Sir, it is one more incitement to a man to do well.

  33. If true, we have here secret incitement to murder handed down for generations, and our Government, with its extensive police and its Thuggee Department, knowing nothing about it!

  34. The latter seems to me to be couched in language calculated to prove a much stronger incitement to murder than the English version would imply.

  35. The inclination of the Senate was favourable; an incitement this to Tiberius the more eagerly to thwart Hortalus.

  36. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "incitement" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    aggravation; agitation; animation; arousal; arousing; bait; bribe; catalyst; clout; compulsion; drive; encouragement; exacerbation; exasperation; excitement; exhilaration; fillip; firing; fomentation; fuel; goad; impetus; impulse; incentive; incitement; inducement; inflammation; inspiration; instigation; interest; invitation; irritation; lure; moment; momentum; motivation; motive; occasion; payment; percentage; persuasive; perturbation; power; premium; profit; propulsion; provocation; provocative; push; reward; signal; spring; spur; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; sweetener; sweetening; thrust; whet