Third-person singular simple present indicative form of incite. (verb)
Examples of word incites
Whether using the word as an epithet or embracing it a.k.a., The Tramp Stamp, the word incites an emotional reaction in all of us.
This dilemma incites an almost Sisyphean quest to win dude friendships, which includes Peter going on a number of "man dates."
For many, the mere notion of cold calling incites fear.
Menino believes such action by the television outlets "incites" the crowds there and draws others to raise havoc just to get their face on TV.
Because a violation of norms "incites" further discovery and attention, a process begins in which the listener is compelled to pay attention to finer and finer details of the music.
"For those who experience it on the day of a roundtable," he said, "the goal is that we're invigorated, that we've learned and heard something that opens new interests and kind of incites in us a desire to learn more and to be more connected."