Definition of Incitant

1. a. Inciting; stimulating.



2. n. That which incites; an inciting agent or cause; a stimulant.

Definition of Incitant

1. Noun. That which incites; an inciting agent or cause; a stimulant. ¹

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Definition of Incitant

1. something that incites [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incitant

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incisura thyroidea inferior
incisura thyroidea superior
incisura tragica
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incisura ulnaris
incisura umbilicalis
incisura vertebralis
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incisurae cartilaginis meatus acustici externi
incisurae santorini
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incitant (current term)
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Literary usage of Incitant

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1. De oratore: in three books. With English notes by Marcus Tullius Cicero (1823)
"... quam maxime ad veritatem accommodate : sed plerique in hoc vocem modo, neque eam scienter, et vires exercent suas, et linguae celeritatem incitant, ..."

2. Reviews in Environmental Health (1998): Toxicological Defense Mechanics edited by Gary E. R. Hook, George W. Lucier (2000)
"... b) a specific constellation of symptoms occurs with reintroduction of a particular incitant; c) symptoms resolve when the incitant is again avoided; ..."

3. Lectures on Clinical Medicine: Delivered at the Hôtel-Dieu, Paris by Armand Trousseau, Pierre Victor Bazire, John Rose Cormack (1870)
"Brown said,1 and Broussais repeated in other terms, that light is the natural incitant, or, what comes to the same thing, the natural stimulant of the eye, ..."

4. The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer by John A. Murphy, E. B. Stevens, George Mendenhall (1864)
"Brown said as Broussais has repeated in other terms, that light was the natural incitant, or, which is the same thing, the stimulant of the eye, ..."

5. Introduction to Physiological Psychology by Theodor Ziehen (1892)
"On the contrary, an idea that is perhaps less favourably conditioned as regards these three factors, but that is aided by the incitant influence of other ..."

6. A Text-book of Bacteriology: A Practical Treatise for Students and by Philip Hanson Hiss, Hans Zinsser (1918)
"As the incitant of septicemia it can frequently be found by blood culture during the life of the patient. Puerperal sepsis is not infrequently a ..."

7. The Indian Policy of the United States on the Southwestern Frontier, 1830 by Joseph Abner Hill, Philip Hanson Hiss, Hans Zinsser (1914)
"A> the incitant of septicemia it can frequently be found by blood culture during the life of the patient. Puerperal sepsis is not infrequently a ..."

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