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Sentence count:91+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-17Updated:2017-02-17
Synonym: draw forthsecuresummonSimilar words: elicitationfelicitationsolicitillicitimplicitexplicitduplicitypublicityMeaning: [ɪ'lɪsɪt]  v. 1. call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) 2. deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning) 3. derive by reason. 
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1 Have you managed to elicit a response from them yet?
2 I could elicit no response from him.
3 They were able to elicit the support of the public.
4 The test uses pictures to elicit words from the child.
5 The questionnaire was intended to elicit information on eating habits.
6 The goal is simply to elicit a response and build on it.
7 The sonnets to the Friend, by contrast, elicit warmth in us by the warmth that they contain.
8 Elicit that they are used as lenses. 2.
9 Neither seemed able to elicit any information.
10 Other questions were designed to elicit information about extent of Creole use as perceived by the respondent.
11 Survey questions pitched at a general level may elicit what respondents regard as socially approved values.
12 A central feature is the attempt to elicit the degree of identification of a community.
13 And while Super Bowl champions hardly elicit much commiseration,( the process has come under question.
14 You may attempt to be starkly one-sided to elicit a response.
15 What information is the questionnaire intended to elicit from the respondent?
16 Mr Norris said he was hopeful that his request would elicit a positive response.
17 The respondents were also asked a supplementary question designed to elicit their rationalisations for their decisions.
18 Interviews conducted by the consultant with a sample of twenty-four employees elicit a positive response to team meetings.
19 An effective general practitioner must have counselling skills to elicit important diagnostic information and manage consultations appropriately.
20 Single conspicuous targets in the half-field contralateral to the lesion could elicit fixations, implying detection and orienting by a subcortical system.
21 He could take her upstairs now, try slowly to elicit some response from that virginal body.
22 Precise questions encourage precise answers while vague ones often elicit more information.
23 Finally, it should be clear from the outset what sort of information the survey is designed to elicit.
24 Whatever the type of interview the basic purpose is always the same: to elicit information from the interviewee.
25 His sister Urraca, who was believed to harbour an elicit passion for Alfonso, raised a rebellion against Sancho.
26 By fully exploiting their market position currently, monopolistic firms might elicit adverse public opinion and governmental censure.
27 If you do not have a directory which includes specialist editors' names a quick phone call will soon elicit the information.
28 The questionnaire which was eventually devised was designed to elicit information concerning: 1.
29 Consider ways to provide language input as well as ways to elicit students' previous knowledge and ideas.
30 There will also be deep-seated reasons why certain types of behaviour elicit strong responses in others.
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