Definition of incite:
offset, egg on, influence, locomote, sic, proceed, prompt, provoke, talk into, explode, remind, countenance, travel, persuade, abet, make a motion, embolden, uphold, prick, trigger off, bring out, pique, cancel, shake up, run, induce, excite, blow up, promote, detonate, touch off, start out, animate, dig, displace, poke, cue, actuate, instigate, propel, spur, work up, poke at, fan the flame, affect, set out, spark off, inflame, be active, take off, vex, urge on, work up, heat, hold sway over, impress, spur, part, whip up, nudge, depart, set forth, support, coax, set-off, jab, disturb, ignite, taunt, strike, prod, inspire, trigger, stab, excite, stir up, start, agitate, act, activate, rouse, commove, advocate, assist, trip, wake, raise up, sanction, blow the coals, inspirit, aid, prick, motivate, lash into a fury, whip on, provoke, move, go, exhort, fire up, encourage.
- "The Maids of Paradise", Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers.
- "On the Banks of the Amazon", W.H.G. Kingston.
He had thus started for his stations in the distant south, where he intended to incite the natives against the government, to prevent me from following out my plans with the small force at my disposal.- "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.