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Definition of cite:

  1. To bespeak; to indicate.
  2. To call upon officially or authoritatively to appear, as before a court; to summon.
  3. To notify of a proceeding in court.
  4. To quote; to repeat, as a passage from a book, or the words of another.
  5. To refer to or specify, as for support, proof, illustration, or confirmation.
  6. To urge; to enjoin.

Synonyms:

elevate, name, recognition, commend, recite, mobilise, key, consult, get up, denotation, stir, rehearse, diagnose, instance, hang, point out, aver, neglect, identify, pay heed, conjure up, touch on, enumerate, nurture, course credit, repeat, commendation, come to, arouse, distrust, character reference, acknowledgment, constitute, reference book, nominate, summon, extract, maintain, honorable mention, bring up, character, praise, indicate, recount, concern, quote, muster, credit rating, acknowledgement, marshal, reference, invoke, describe, bear on, reference point, allude, mobilize, advert, conjure, point of reference, law, tell, call, consultation, call down, parent, extension, note, mention, summons, appoint, point up, put forward, reference work, boot, adduce, attend, make, reboot, remark, specify, order, relate, key out, say, book of facts, allude to, evidence, have-to doe with, specific, citation, plead, lay, asseverate, call forth, ignore, affirm, introduce, give ear, credit entry, discover, address, excerpt, state, raise, deferred payment, words, muster up, produce, computer address, denote, observe, assert, number, touch, evoke, claim, lift, quotation, pertain, declare, distinguish, list, exemplify, come up, look up, abduce, rally, source, rear.

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