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e·voc·a·tive

 (ĭ-vŏk′ə-tĭv)
adj.
Tending or having the power to evoke.

e·voc′a·tive·ly adv.
e·voc′a·tive·ness n.
Translations

evocatively

[ɪˈvɒkətɪvlɪ] ADVde manera evocadora

evocatively

advatmosphärisch; the islands evocatively known as the South Seasdie Inseln, die unter dem atmosphärischen Namen Südsee bekannt sind

evocatively

[ɪˈvɒkətɪvlɪ] advin modo evocativo
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A great cast led by Toby Stephens and Keeley Hawes bring this edgy period so evocatively to life.
Evocatively titled Dragged Across Concrete proves itself here as a tough-guy B-movie brimming with lean-and-mean performances and a gritty 1970s thriller style.
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Showcasing the photography of Cheryl Murphy, "Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun!: Picture This: Dogs at Play" colorfully and evocatively demonstrates the sheer enjoyment our canine companions experience simply from being a dog.
In 1985, he was gripped by a particular sense of urgency after attending a performance of Larry Kramer's play The Normal Heart, the walls of the black-box theater evocatively painted with the names of many people we knew who had succumbed to the disease.
Through photographs, videos, installations, and interviews at sites across the LIS, Bass has documented what she evocatively calls "performance art for no audience." Organized by Knockdown Center's Alexis Wilkinson and presented in sequential chapters, Bass's explorations of intimacy between herself and a stranger and the etiquette of interaction expand to tackle ever more pressing questions about how we orient ourselves in relation to others.
Nomad would present paintings reflecting light evocatively as an incomparable testimony to the marvels of art, seeing, and of the existence of everything as rudimentary as household objects, interior spaces and nature's natural splendour awash with colour in stunning brush strokes.
Cognachued leather banquettes wrap the main restaurant, 4 Saints, where mood lighting comes from evocatively hung lanterns.
Dean writes evocatively of the Swedish landscape, which is the perfect scene for murders.
And in 'Since We're Alone,' as he sings about his growing affection for someone who has yet to move on from a botched but once-promising romance, Niall evocatively compares a girl to 'rain on a sunny day': There's a shadow behind your face/ Tell me what you're running [away] from.
Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent's new book, the evocatively titled Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains, is a plucky and stimulating read.