Definition of Inciting

1. Verb. (present participle of incite) ¹



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Definition of Inciting

1. incite [v] - See also: incite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inciting

incitable
incitant
incitants
incitation
incitations
incitative
incitatives
incite
incited
inciteful
incitement
incitements
inciter
inciters
incites
inciting (current term)
incitingly
incitive
incito-motor
incito-motory
incivil
incivilities
incivility
incivilization
incivilly
incivism
incivisms
inclamation
inclamations
inclarity

Literary usage of Inciting

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1. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1914)
"He was charged with inciting the Indians, and with levying war. His case was different from that of Arbuthnot. He was an adventurer and had no ostensible ..."

2. The Law of Trademarks, Tradenames and Unfair Competition: Including Trade by James Love Hopkins (1917)
"inciting breach of contract as unfair competition. ... They were expanded to include cases of inciting breach of the contracts of opera ..."

3. The Powers, Duties and Liabilities of Executive Officers as Between These by Albert William Chaster (1899)
"This is indictable at common law.15 The offence of soliciting and inciting a man to commit a felony, is, where no such felony is actually committed, ..."

4. Principles of the Criminal Law: A Concise Exposition of the Nature of Crime ...by Seymour Frederick Harris, Charles Leete Attenborough by Seymour Frederick Harris, Charles Leete Attenborough (1899)
"DESERTION, MUTINY, AND inciting THERETO. Any person who maliciously endeavours to seduce a inciting to person serving in Her Majesty's sea or land forces ..."

5. Commentaries on the Laws of England by Herbert Broom, Edward Alfred Hadley, William Wait, William Blackstone (1875)
"In indictments for endeavouring to seduce soldiers or sailors from their duty, or for inciting them to mutiny, the venue may be laid in any county, ..."

6. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1904)
"233, the court says, after • inciting the law: "Under this statute, It le settled by frequent adjudications that the actual value of such real estate when ..."

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