Invoke vs. Evoke

Invoke–“The definition of invoke is to call on someone or something to help or inspire you. An example of invoke is trying to contact someone who died.

To invoke is defined as to emotionally ask for something. An example of to invoke is a charity group asking for money.

Invoke means to put something to use. An example of to invoke is to use city code to argue a disagreement with a policeman.”  VERB

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Evoke–“The definition of evoke is to call forth, or imagine. An example of evoke is your wedding song bringing back memories of your wedding reception.”  VERB

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