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  • Provoked - definition of provoked by The Free Dictionary

    pro·voke (prə-vōk′) tr.v. pro·voked, pro·vok·ing, pro·vokes 1. To incite to anger or resentment: taunts that provoked their rivals. 2. To stir to action or ...

  • Provoked (film) - Wikipedia

    Provoked is a 2006 British biographical drama film, directed by Jag Mundhra. It stars Aishwarya Rai, Naveen Andrews, Miranda Richardson, Robbie Coltrane, Nandita Das ...

  • Provoke | Define Provoke at

    Provoke definition, to anger, enrage, exasperate, or vex. See more.

  • Provoke | Definition of Provoke by Merriam-Webster

    His remarks provoked both tears and laughter. He just says those things because he's trying to provoke you. The animal will not attack unless it is provoked.

  • Provoked: A True Story (2006) - IMDb

    Provoked is the true story of Kiranjit Ahluwalia, a Punjabi woman who moved to London after her marriage with Deepak Ahluwalia. Her husband seemed caring at first but ...

  • Provoked Synonyms, Provoked Antonyms |

    Synonyms for provoked at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for provoked.

  • Provoked (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Inspired by the true story of Kiranjit Ahluwalia, Jag Mundhra's Provoked tells the tale of a battered wife pushed to the ultimate act of defiance. As a nineteen year ...

  • provoke | Definition of provoke in English by Oxford ...

    ‘The same thing was continually provoking me: the manner in which men treated women.’ ‘She provoked me, she taunted me, she said, I'm never going back to you ...

  • Provoked (1989) - IMDb

    Directed by Rick Pamplin. With Cindy Ferda, McKeiver Jones III, Harold Wayne Jones, Sharon Blair. In this low-budget actioner, a strong-willed bride grabs a semi ...

  • provoke Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

    Despite the controversy it often provoked, military intervention in labor conflicts was common from 1875 to 1925.

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