On the band-wagon of growing criticism over Israeli policies, these groups use BDS to catalyze an anti-Israeli zeitgeist.
They reward leaders who push the envelope, catalyze action, and get stuff done.
They can initiate ideas and catalyze a certain form, but the trick is not to begin, but to sustain.
Cam's feverish brain had figured out a host of effects to catalyze the audience reaction.
catalyze cat·a·lyze (kāt'l-īz')
v. cat·a·lyzed, cat·a·lyz·ing, cat·a·lyz·es
To modify, especially to increase, the rate of a chemical reaction by catalysis.