evocative - meaning and definition. What is evocative
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What (who) is evocative - definition

If you describe something as evocative, you mean that it is good or interesting because it produces pleasant memories, ideas, emotions, and responses in people. (FORMAL)
Her story is sharply evocative of Italian provincial life.
ADJ: oft ADJ of n
...the collection of islands evocatively known as the South Seas.
ADV: ADV with v, ADV adj
¦ adjective evoking strong images, memories, or feelings.
evocatively adverb
evocativeness noun
adj. (formal) (cannot stand alone) evocative of
Pronunciation examples for evocative
1. more evocative.
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2. it's really evocative.
3. very beautiful and evocative.
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4. That's a lovely, evocative name.
5. that are often powerfully evocative
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Examples of use of evocative
1. Charles Dickens was a master at evocative names –– Mr.
2. More evocative are the black–and–white photographs.
3. But the poem continues to work its evocative power.
4. But the most evocative remnant stands outside the museum on a riverbank.
5. The recorded videos are then cut together to create emotional and evocative digital art.