invocate


Also found in: Legal.
Related to invocate: apercu

in·vo·cate

 (ĭn′və-kāt′)
tr.v. in·vo·cat·ed, in·vo·cat·ing, in·vo·cates Archaic
To invoke.

[Latin invocāre, invocāt-, to invoke; see invoke.]

invocate

(ˈɪnvəˌkeɪt)
vb
an archaic word for invoke
invocative adj
ˈinvoˌcator n

invocate


Past participle: invocated
Gerund: invocating

Imperative
invocate
invocate
Present
I invocate
you invocate
he/she/it invocates
we invocate
you invocate
they invocate
Preterite
I invocated
you invocated
he/she/it invocated
we invocated
you invocated
they invocated
Present Continuous
I am invocating
you are invocating
he/she/it is invocating
we are invocating
you are invocating
they are invocating
Present Perfect
I have invocated
you have invocated
he/she/it has invocated
we have invocated
you have invocated
they have invocated
Past Continuous
I was invocating
you were invocating
he/she/it was invocating
we were invocating
you were invocating
they were invocating
Past Perfect
I had invocated
you had invocated
he/she/it had invocated
we had invocated
you had invocated
they had invocated
Future
I will invocate
you will invocate
he/she/it will invocate
we will invocate
you will invocate
they will invocate
Future Perfect
I will have invocated
you will have invocated
he/she/it will have invocated
we will have invocated
you will have invocated
they will have invocated
Future Continuous
I will be invocating
you will be invocating
he/she/it will be invocating
we will be invocating
you will be invocating
they will be invocating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been invocating
you have been invocating
he/she/it has been invocating
we have been invocating
you have been invocating
they have been invocating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been invocating
you will have been invocating
he/she/it will have been invocating
we will have been invocating
you will have been invocating
they will have been invocating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been invocating
you had been invocating
he/she/it had been invocating
we had been invocating
you had been invocating
they had been invocating
Conditional
I would invocate
you would invocate
he/she/it would invocate
we would invocate
you would invocate
they would invocate
Past Conditional
I would have invocated
you would have invocated
he/she/it would have invocated
we would have invocated
you would have invocated
they would have invocated
References in periodicals archive ?
Vico intende sovvertire i principi della filosofia cartesiana vigenti nella Napoli dell'epoca, ed applica quello che Battistini definisce "un metodo 'alternativo' a quello cartesiano, capace di non sacrificare al razionalismo della logica e dell'algebra il mondo brulicante di vita della societa umana pur salvaguardando le istanze di scientificita invocate dalla moderna episteme (6)".
One priest discovered that he could give excitation for plants with invocate and accelerate their growth.
Hieronimo's identification with the King of Troy, however, once again crosses the line from conventional artistic reproduction to externalized emotion: 'Make me curse, make me rave, make me cry, make me mad, make me well again, make me curse hell, invocate heaven, and in the end leave me in a trance' (154-7).
This mantra is to invocate for the welfare of all the sentient beings and during this Dusshera Puja, thousands of animals are slaughtered all over the world.
Una tale questione e in linea, mi pare, con le necessita di applicabilita invocate, soprattutto in passato, dalla storia militare, per quanto a volte contestate da voci autorevoli quale, per esempio, quella di Delbruck stesso (19).
Thou, Caesar [Nero] at this instant art my God: Thee if I invocate, I shall not need To crave Apollo's aid, or Bacchus' help, Thy power inspires the Muse that sings this war.
El salmo 104 principia <<Confitemini Domino, et invocate nomen eius, notas facite in populis ad invenciones eius>>.
von Balthasar presso la Pontificia Universita Lateranense (88), in circa venti interventi da parte dei suoi maggiori conoscitori a livello mondiale, delle concettualizzazioni strategiche invocate da Visioli e Pasini he verbum quidem: nessun riferimento a R.
A course in journalism ethics must be especially concerned with encouraging students to consider long-term consequences as well as immediate action, tolerate ambiguity and unresolved dilemmas, slowly and deliberately come to judgment, invocate principle and nurture a sense of moral obligation.
Christians are not to forsake the Church and invocate angels.