inciteful

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inciteful (comparative more inciteful, superlative most inciteful)

  1. That incites (rouses, stirs up or excites), or provides incitement.
    • 2016 June 20, Marina Hyde, quoting Nigel Farage, “Farage dons the tinfoil as his 'Brex appeal' begins to falter”, in The Guardian[1]:
      Nothing I said has been inciteful.