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adv.1.So as to incite or stimulate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"The suggestion made by some quarters that removal of the vice president from the government structure smacks of marginalisation of Equatorians (Bantus) by the Nilotics is incitingly absurd and does not augur well for peace, reconciliation and national healing in South Sudan," said Gai in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune .
Giant vessels stood like sentinels beside delicately thrown porcelain, while a ceramic soccer ball sat incitingly on the ground aimed at a wall grid of colourful ceramic plates.
Being a Villa supporter, and with a sense of fair play, I find I have to leap to the defence of the Birmingham supporter by pointing out that the item the gollywog is holding is not, as you incitingly describe, a switchblade, but a rather decrepit open razor.