Definition of Provokers

1. Noun. (plural of provoker) ¹



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Definition of Provokers

1. provoker [n] - See also: provoker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Provokers

provocateurs
provocation
provocations
provocative
provocatively
provocativeness
provocatives
provocatory
provok't
provokable
provoke
provoked
provokement
provokements
provoker
provokers (current term)
provokes
provoketh
provoking
provokingly
provokingness
provolone
provolones
provost
provost court
provost guard
provost marshal
provostal
provostorial
provosts

Literary usage of Provokers

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1. The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman by Walt Whitman, Richard Maurice Bucke, Thomas Biggs Harned, Horace Traubel, Oscar Lovell Triggs (1902)
"... not yourself—you and your Soul enclose all things, regardless of estimation, In them themes, hints, provokers—if not, the whole earth has no themes, ..."

2. The Life of the Spirit in the Modern English Poets by Vida Dutton Scudder (1895)
"... themes and hints and provokers: ' If uot, the whole earth has no themes or hints or provokers, —» and never had.' " Many a thinker, on the other hand, ..."

3. The American Pageant Revisited: Recollections of a Stanford Historian by Thomas A. Bailey (1982)
"Questions labeled as "thought provokers" can be used to stimulate discussions in class; the banks of multiple-choice questions can be used for examination ..."

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