Definition of inciter in English:

inciter

noun

  • See incite

    • ‘All along we've thought that something subversive was in our midst, perhaps a maker of effigies, or an inciter of revolutions.’
    • ‘The inchoate offence of incitement might appear to offer a solution, but it may not succeed where the inciter knows that the incitee lacks an element of the full offence.’
    • ‘All populist right-wing movements, inciters to violence and hatred, are adept in the language of Grievance.’
    • ‘Police egged on the inciters, either passively, by failing to respond to calls for help or, in some cases, more actively.’
    • ‘But the possibility that apathy may subvert anarchy does not absolve its inciters from responsibility.’

Pronunciation

inciter

/ɪnˈsʌɪtə/