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Spell check of provocation

Correct spelling: provocation

Synonyms:
generation, encouragement, petulance, aggravation, motivator, inflammation, exasperation, source, ire, incitation, magnetism, lure, force, impulse, boost, occasion, pain, excitation, stimulus, action, culprit, impetus, induction, energy, factor, stimulant, catalyst, botheration, impulsion, enforcement, irritation, enragement, harassment, challenge, discomposure, influence, feelings, goading, torment, mainspring, execution, vexation, goad, drive, inducement, urge, attack, exhortation, disturbance, prompting, defiance, perturbation, excitement, trouble, spur, fomentation, basis, origination, incentive, propulsion, annoying, temper, compunction, grounds, incitement, scorn, compulsion, evocation, pestering, arousal, facilitation, determinant, inspiration, indignation, annoyance, exacerbation, yeast, bothering, fermentation, cause, motivation, momentum, instigation, trigger, effectuation, discomfort, bother, root, resentment, motive, contributor, bedevilment, fire, pique, innervation, soreness, virulence, prod, enticement, stimulation, base, elicitation.

Antonyms:
disincentive, subduing.

Examples of usage:

1) If he had taken his wife's life at the moment of provocation, he would have been praised for the act. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

2) At this I could not laugh, though I smelt provocation; Miss Spencer was too grave. - "Four Meetings", Henry James.

3) Her love had been too deep and sacred to be cast off at the least pretext or provocation. - "If Any Man Sin", H. A. Cody.

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