Tarnoff is at his best in evoking the atmosphere of the city that shaped them all.
Scott, who died Sunday at 49, could go from evoking a Baptist preacher to quoting Public Enemy.
Models walked through water in structural and sheer garments, evoking both an early tribalism and futurism.
It’s written in a ‘50s script, like the title card to I Love Lucy, evoking Old Hollywood.
She toddled off to the playground, still jabbering to herself, evoking giggles from the Hawa staff.
It illuminated the dull water-meadows, evoking colour—iridescent, opaline tints—where colour had ceased to be.
And the Emperor Nicholas was conscious of evoking this rapture and deliberately aroused it.
You declared that nothing exists except through an evoking will.
I felt that I was not evoking much sympathy for my messmate, and I changed my attack.
But the voice is not usually in itself an adequate or powerful method of evoking sexual emotion in a man.
1620s, from French évoquer or directly from Latin evocare "call out, rouse, summon" (see evocation). Often more or less with a sense of "calling spirits," or being called by them. Related: Evoked; evokes; evoking.