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anger to provoke. [1/4 definitions]
dare to provoke or challenge (someone) into doing something dangerous or adventurous as a test of courage. [1/4 definitions]
disputatious inclined to quarrel or provoke dispute; argumentative.
excite to provoke to action. [1/5 definitions]
impulsive having the power to provoke action or movement; forceful. [1/3 definitions]
incite to provoke (someone) to act. [1/2 definitions]
instigate to purposely agitate or incite; provoke; foment.
invite to provoke by doing or saying. [1/5 definitions]
irritate to provoke anger or annoyance. [1/4 definitions]
joke a short fictional story told to provoke laughter, esp. in reaction to the ending. [2/7 definitions]
joker someone who frequently tells jokes or acts so as to provoke laughter; jokester. [1/4 definitions]
make one's blood boil to provoke anger or resentment.
needle (informal) to provoke, annoy, or tease. [1/7 definitions]
nettle to provoke, irritate, or annoy. [1/3 definitions]
obscene designed to provoke sexual excitement. [1/3 definitions]
offend to anger, annoy, or provoke resentment in. [1/5 definitions]
pick1 to cause to happen; provoke. [1/14 definitions]
play with fire to carelessly provoke danger.
provocative likely or serving to provoke; stimulating or arousing.
stir1 to provoke; incite (usu. fol. by up). [1/10 definitions]
taunt to provoke or incite (someone) by derisive remarks. [1/2 definitions]