EVOCATIVE: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for EVOCATIVE?

Need another word that means the same as “evocative”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “evocative” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Evocative” are: redolent, remindful, reminiscent, resonant, suggestive

Evocative as an Adjective

Definitions of "Evocative" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “evocative” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind.
  • Serving to bring to mind- Wilder Hobson.
  • Serving to bring to mind.

Synonyms of "Evocative" as an adjective (5 Words)

redolentServing to bring to mind.
The pine woods were more redolent.
remindfulServing to bring to mind- Wilder Hobson.
His humour is remindful of that of Max.
reminiscentSuggesting something by resemblance.
Her robes were vaguely reminiscent of military dress.
resonant(of a room, musical instrument, or hollow body) tending to reinforce or prolong sounds, especially by synchronous vibration.
Alpine valleys resonant with the sound of church bells.
suggestiveMaking someone think of sexual matters.
A suggestive remark.

Usage Examples of "Evocative" as an adjective

  • The building's cramped interiors are highly evocative of past centuries.
  • Powerfully evocative lyrics.

Associations of "Evocative" (30 Words)

anecdoteAn account regarded as unreliable or hearsay.
The use of inversions of hierarchy anecdote and paradox by Magritte Dali and others.
aromaticAn aromatic compound.
A massage with aromatic oils.
aware(sometimes followed by `of’) having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception.
He was aware that a problem existed.
catchy(of a tune or phrase) instantly appealing and memorable.
Catchy pop melodies.
conjureCall (an image) to the mind.
She had forgotten how to conjure up the image of her mother s face.
flavorfulFull of flavor.
She gathered the fragrant blooms.
imploreBeg earnestly for.
He implored her to change her mind.
memoirAn essay on a learned subject.
A revealing passage from Khrushchev s memoirs.
memoryThe area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes.
The mind can bury all memory of traumatic abuse.
mindfulInclined or willing to do something.
The judge said that he was not mindful to postpone the eviction again.
nostalgicA nostalgic person.
Nostalgics who still take pleasure in experiencing the glories of the North American landscape from the windows of a car.
odoriferousMorally offensive.
An odoriferous pile of fish.
odorousHaving odor or a characteristic odor.
The odorous air of the orchard.
reawaken(with reference to a feeling or state) emerge or cause to emerge again; awaken again.
His departure reawakened deep divisions within the party.
recallRecall knowledge from memory have a recollection.
A recall of Parliament.
recollectRecall knowledge from memory have a recollection.
He could not quite recollect the reason.
recollectionThe process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort.
To the best of my recollection no one ever had a bad word to say about him.
redolentNoticeably odorous.
The church was old dark and redolent of incense.
rememberRecapture the past; indulge in memories.
We remembered the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
remembranceA recognition of meritorious service.
They exchanged fond remembrances of his gentle ways.
remindPut in the mind of someone.
You had an accident he reminded her.
reminderA thing that causes someone to remember something.
Her mushroom omelette is a blissful reminder of Sunday suppers.
reminisceRecall the past.
They reminisced about their summers abroad.
reminiscenceA collection in literary form of incidents that someone remembers.
His reminiscences of his early days in Parliament.
reminiscentSuggesting something by resemblance.
Her expression was wistful and reminiscent.
resonant(of a place) filled or resounding with (a sound.
A full throated and resonant guffaw.
retentiveGood at remembering.
He had a highly retentive memory and was an accomplished speaker.
suggestive(usually followed by `of’) pointing out or revealing clearly.
A suggestive remark.
vividlyIn an intensely deep or bright manner.
Margaret remembers vividly the day she received the grim news.

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