Reposting them elicited angry reaction, as writing about guns so often does.
Moo Cluck Moo attracted its staff of 12 through an ad on Cragislist that elicited between 60 and 70 applicants.
He might have elicited a smile rather than a cringe had he gone to that reliable standby, “to the right of Attila the Hun.”
Moreover, while futuristic technology has the potential to elicited both shock and awe, here it unfortunately does not.
It was a tasteless, disgusting, and disturbing comment that elicited no reprimand from Mitchell.
Mrs. Raymore elicited a liking, but a rather timid and distant one; she seemed very clear-sighted and judicial.
From these grim revelers Cornish elicited a good deal of information.
But the grounds of decision are purely practical, and can never be elicited from grammar or from logic.
But after this he has no more to say; the answers which he makes are only elicited from him by the dialectic of Socrates.
There a strange chapter of evidence comes out, or rather, is elicited.