evoke, invoke, revoke

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evoke (i VOHK)
To summon, call forth, or recollect: “Seeing the valley served to evoke strong memories of growing up in the mind of the tourist.”
invoke (in VOHK)
To solicit or to request help or support: “In ancient mythology, the priests would invoke the deities to protect the sailors on the seas.”
revoke (ri VOHK)
To take back, to annul, or to recall: “Their father decided to revoke his permission for the children to go swimming and they went to the movies instead.”
The city official had to invoke support from the fire department in order to carry out the order to revoke the parade permit. In the end, he also had to evoke an order from the mayor to cancel the parade.

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