Definition of incitation in US English:



  • See incite

    • ‘The American attorney who was the target of the threats, stated today, ‘I very much appreciate that the French justice system had the courage to convict him for his incitations to murder and his insults.’’
    • ‘She was dealt felony charges for incitation to riot and setting a puppet on fire (charges of which she claimed to be innocent) and saddled with a four-hundred-thousand dollar bail.’
    • ‘‘Israel welcomes the efforts of the US to include in the Security Council resolution a section calling for the immediate end to terrorism and to incitations to violence,’ he said.’