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Provokable(a.) That may be provoked. ...
Provoke(v. t.) To call forth; to call into being ...
Provoke(v. i.) To cause provocation or anger. ...
Provoke(v. i.) To appeal. [A Latinism] ...
Provoked(imp. & p. p.) of Provoke ...
Provokement(n.) The act that which, provokes; one who excites ...
Provoking(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Provoke ...
Provoking(a.) Having the power or quality of exciting resentment; ...
Provost(n.) A person who is appointed to superintend, or ...
Provost(n.) The keeper of a prison. ...
 
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