evoke-v; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: Call forth or call to mind; provoke or summon

Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1 EVOKE NP2

His remarks evoked sympathy for the administration.
Grandmother's stories always evoke a kind of sadness.
His tale evoked the image of Paul Bunyan standing among the trees.
Future Presidents will be more hesitant to evoke a principle of
prerogative like executive privilege.
Evoke the deity who you wish to work with, and petition him or her
with your need.
England attempted to evoke its own Golden Age.
Phosphorylation-dependent and -independent functions of p130
cooperate to evoke a sustained G1 block.

VerbNet: NP
FrameNet: Evoking
PropBank: evoke.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 4, 5

Sense Number 2: Deduce a principle or construe a meaning.

Commentary: INCLUDES: EVOKE FROM Syntax Includes: NP1 EVOKE FROM NP2

This model addresses the experiences older adults evoke from their
social world by considering age variability in the types of
relationships people have.
I evoked a degree of clarity from the text toward the end of the novel.

VerbNet: NP
FrameNet: NM
PropBank: NM
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3