Random good picture Not show
1. Those old toys are evocative of my boyhood.
2. Her story is sharply evocative of Italian provincial life.
3. Her new book is wonderfully evocative of village life.
4. That smell is evocative of school.
5. The taste of the cakes was evocative of my childhood.
6. Evocative packaging makes the pens even more appealing!
7. Devising an evocative name is only the first hurdle.
8. The graveyard at Satipur was especially evocative.
9. I now introduce another of Axelrod's evocative technical terms.
10. Mating such sublime styling to the most evocative engine of the era was nothing short of automotive gen us.
11. Arlott's punctuation of those events remains as evocative as the half-remembered smell of linseed oil on willow.
12. Poetic, evocative, black-and-white footage alternates with a more pragmatic(sentencedict.com), colorful picture of the family today.
13. Tuyman's drawings are strangely evocative of the paintings of Egon Schiele.
14. Her pictures remain richly evocative of natural forms and textures.
15. Evocative, yes, but don't think that today's Ireland is set in some quaint emerald aspic.
16. Some representations of St James the Greater are evocative of Sucellus.
17. The painting was evocative of all the sun and bright colours of Provence.
18. The new structures have rejoiced in wonderfully evocative names like the beehive, the bell, the doughnut and the bicycle wheel.
19. His view of the Seine provides an evocative setting for her tale of triangular love.
20. Finding or remembering an evocative scent is a good first step.
21. The air was full of evocative smells of flowers and freshly cut grass.
22. There are certain forms of display - such as toys and period interiors - which are particularly evocative of nostalgia.
22. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
23. An ageing leaf, suggested by random blobs upon a shape evocative of a leaf.
24. The way in which you concluded your tribute by quoting from the most evocative of his works was truly fitting.
25. In this book I shall use the awkward but evocative term hegemon to describe the asymmetry in the global system.
26. He was clear about what he wanted, but gave the dancers evocative images to help them understand and deepen their interpretations.
27. The lost Wolfprince - dear me, there's a very evocative ring to it, don't you think?
28. Our scenarios are incomplete, no more than works-in-progress, meant to be evocative, not exhaustive.
29. It is woven into our souls and has an evocative quality.
30. His photographs, which are also held in Edinburgh, are stunningly crisp and evocative of the places and people he visited.
More similar words: invocation, equivocation, indicative, communicative, irrevocable, irrevocably, advocate, equivocate, location, native, creative, negative, relative, narrative, lucrative, vegetative, tentative, imperative, superlative, initiative, relatively, negatively, creatively, cooperative, commutative, pejorative, innovative, cumulative, decorative, alternative.