To call forth

to bring or summon to action; as, to call forth all the faculties of the mind.

See also: Call

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This disclosure was, indeed, well calculated to call forth a furious outbreak among the Orange faction.
The question of how in our day to call forth new lay ministers is increasingly important.
She teases us with three, four or more bright, warm-to-hot days to call forth buds and blooms on trees and shrubs, and then blackens the newly emerged foliage and flowers with a sharp killing cold that is then followed by delightfully balmy weather.
His attempt to call forth the faith of his friends and neighbors went unanswered.
me a book of the dead, say something in the dark as if to call forth
Accusing Mr Prisk of "hypocrisy and humbug", he said: "If we are going to succeed in sustaining the progress we are making, it is going to call forth for investment and support for the work of the regional development agencies.
The innovative Striker system, which allows players to call forth a helping hand from other characters when things aren't going so well, adds another dimension to the already distinctive gameplay.
"It's more a matter of receiving precisely the kind of leadership we choose to call forth and then support."
Those who were dead in the flesh are now alive in Christ, having breathed in the Spirit of God that is able to call forth new life to our mortal bodies.
Is not such an audacious human initiative bound to call forth a gracious response from God?
Congress, which is granted sole power in the Constitution to declare war and to call forth the militia to "suppress insurrections, and repel invasions," has abdicated.