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glagol

abet

glagol

To assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing.

actuate

glagol


1 > To put into action or motion; to move or incite to action; to influence actively; to move as motives do; -- more commonly used of persons.
2 > To carry out in practice; to perform. communicate motion to; cause set a machine etc. in motion; be the motive for.

egg

glagol


1 > To coat with beaten egg.
2 > To throw eggs at.

encourage

glagol


1 > To inspire with confidence; give hope or courage to.
2 > To spur on.

enflame

glagol

Variant of inflame.

enforce

glagol


1 > To compel or impose | SYN: impose.
2 > To ensure observance of laws and rules | SYN: implement, apply.

inflame

glagol


1 > To arouse or excite feelings and passions | SYN: stir up, ignite, heat, fire up.
2 > To become inflamed; get sore; of tissue or organs.
3 > To cause inflammation in; of tissue or organs.

inspire

glagol

ETYM Old Eng. enspiren, Old Fren. enspirer, inspirer, French inspirer, from Latin inspirare; pref. in- in + spirare to breathe.
Related to Spirit.
1 > To heighten or intensify | SYN: animate, invigorate, enliven, exalt.
2 > To supply the inspiration for.

move

glagol


1 > To change position, as of a body part (nontranslational motion):
2 > To go or proceed from one point to another
3 > To cause to move | SYN: displace.
4 > To progress by being changed: SYN. go, run.
5 > To arouse sympathy or compassion in
6 > To change residence, affiliation, or place of employment
7 > To propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting | SYN: make a motion.
8 > To have a turn; make one's move in a game | SYN: go.
9 > To exist or thrive in a specified environment 10.
To dispose of by selling

prompt

glagol


1 > To assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned | SYN: remind, cue.
2 > To serve as the inciting cause of | SYN: inspire, instigate.

provoke

glagol


1 > To call forth | SYN: evoke, call forth, kick up.
2 > To provide the needed stimulus for | SYN: stimulate.

put

glagol

(Irregular preterit, past participle: put).
1 > To put into a certain place; also with abstract objects and locations | SYN: set, place, pose, position, lay.
2 > To put something on or into (abstractly) assign | SYN: assign.
3 > To cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation.
4 > To cause (someone) to undergo something.
5 > To adapt.

quicken

glagol


1 > To go faster; to accelerate.
2 > To give life or energy to | SYN: invigorate.
3 > To show signs of life; of a fetus.

raise

glagol

(Homonym: raze, rays).
1 > To activate or stir up.
2 > To bet more than the previous player, in poker.
3 > To bring (a surface, a design, etc.) into relief and cause to project.
4 > To cause to be heard or known; express or utter.
5 > To cause to puff up with a leaven; of dough | SYN: leaven, prove.
6 > To collect funds for a specific purpose.
7 > To construct, build, or erect | SYN: erect, rear, set up, put up.
8 > To create a disturbance, esp. by making a great noise.
9 > To establish radio communications with. 10.
To evoke or call forth | SYN: conjure, conjure up, invoke, stir, call down, arouse, bring up, put forward, call forth. 11. (Bridge) To bid (one's partner's suit) at a higher level. 12.
To invigorate or heighten;, | SYN: lift. 13.
To multiply (a number) by itself a specified number of times:
8; is
2; raised to the power
3 > 14.
To pronounce (vowels) by bringing the tongue closer to the roof of the mouth. 15.
To put forward for consideration or discussion | SYN: bring up. 16.
To raise from a lower to a higher position | SYN: lift, elevate, get up, bring up. 17.
To raise the level or amount of something.

stimulate

glagol


1 > To excite the senses or emotions | SYN: shake, shake up, excite, stir.
2 > To stir feelings in | SYN: excite, stir.
3 > To cause to be alert and energetic | SYN: arouse, brace, energize, energise, perk up.
4 > To act as a stimulant | SYN: excite.

wake

glagol

(Irregular preterit, past participle: woke, woken).
1 > To be awake, be alert, be there | SYN: awaken; wake up.
2 > To awaken; to rouse from sleep | SYN: rouse; stir.
Watch kept over the body of a dead person during the night before their funeral; it originated in Anglo-Saxon times as the eve before a festival.

whet

glagol

(Homonym: wet).
1 > To make keen or more acute | SYN: quicken.
2 > To sharpen by rubbing, as on a whetstone.

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