- something that incites or provokes
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In·cite'ment noun [ Confer French incitement .] 1. The act of inciting. 2. That which incites the mind, or moves to action; motive; incentive; impulse. Burke. « From the long records of a distant age, Derive incitements to renew thy rage.» Pope.
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• (n.) The act of inciting. • (n.) That which incites the mind, or moves to action; motive; incentive; impulse.
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(from the article `solicitation`) in criminal law, the request, encouragement, or direction of one person by another to commit a serious criminal offense. It is frequently linked ... ...law there is a class of offenses known as inchoate, or preliminary, crimes because guilt attaches even though the criminal purpose of the parties ... ...
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incitement 1. Something that incites or provokes; a means of arousing or stirring to action. 2. An act of urging on, spurring on, or rousing to action.
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- an act of inciting
- needed encouragement
- a means of arousing or stirring to action
- the act of exhorting; an earnest attempt at persuasion
Incitement was an offence under the common law of England and Wales. It was an inchoate offence. It consisted of persuading, encouraging, instigating, pressuring, or threatening so as to cause another to commit a crime. It was abolished in England and Wales on 1 October 2008 when Part 2 of the Serious Crime Act 2007 came into force, replacing it w
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