bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind.
powerfully evocative lyrics
sinonim: reminiscent, suggestive, redolent, expressive, vivid, graphic, powerful, haunting, moving, poignant
- reminiscent, suggestive, redolent, expressive, vivid, graphic, powerful, haunting, moving,poignant
- redolent, resonant, reminiscent, remindful
This image is perhaps the most detailed and least evocative of those on show.
The study has that evocative smell of newly cut timber and wood glue about it as the components are brought in and leant against the wall.
Now new generations can become acquainted with this powerful, evocative and moving story.
Expect an evocative journey into the heart of darkness where the sins of the past are revisited in the present.
Sarah, 23, aims to bring back evocative memories for anyone with a passion for musicals.
Being the best, the stories are in the most vivid and evocative style of narration.
I certainly feel he has a way with words and was able to paint some very evocative images, as well explain some dense concepts.
With little traffic on the roads, travelling by bike remains one of the most evocative ways to explore South America.
Few symbols are as evocative or as powerful as those that remind us of our childhood.
The remixes here sample the evocative hooks and then simply loop them without the progression that is so much a part of most of his output.
I thought at the time that this was merely a moving and evocative metaphor for the loss of love.
But as soon as you put on the headphones and start the audio tour, it becomes a powerfully evocativeplace.
I thought it made an evocative image and leaned into the open with my camera.
His powerful and evocative voice and his memory will live on in our hearts.
As death draws near, evocative , atmospheric images are offered up to the reader.
The image becomes abstract, but is evocative of specific styles of modernist painting.
He gathered the dust near the site, and used it to create a hauntingly evocative piece.
It is a response that is highly charged, evocative and expressed with an obvious degree of emotional insight.
Much has been made of the evocative power of this Icelandic quartet.
Her singing voice, in contrast, is strong and helps create a striking and evocative work.
Most evocatively , an image of a setting sun marks the passage of a single day throughout the course of the play, holding true to Aristotle’s belief that all good tragedy should take place within 24 hours.
However, another source of that success has lain in the extent to which organizing among women and Hispanic and black workers has been linked, even if only evocatively , to a larger struggle for social justice.
The conservative climate that prevailed five decades ago, with the songs and movies of those years – all these are evocatively captured in the letters and the illustrations in the book.
The whir of the machines, the changing tones, colors and degree of focus, the rhythmic progression of frames and the colloquial style of subtitles (with their occasional spelling errors) add greatly to theevocativeness of the whole.
And they are consistent across media in content and emotional evocativeness .
Photographs convey their singularity and pragmatic making, but don’t capture their sly humor andevocativeness .
(She has it all take place in one evocatively described place, then wants a scene-change ten minutes from the end).
Aristotle’s Poetics contains a sentence that stands out for its simplicity and evocativeness : ‘Sophocles said that he himself created characters such as should exist, whereas Euripides created ones such as actually do exist’.
I use this phrase here only because of its evocativeness and ability to capture perfectly the issues that I would like to address in this paper.
During the late 1960s, Smithson had created a number of memorable land-based artworks, including Spiral Jetty on Utah’s Great Salt Lake and the evocatively volcanic Closed Mirror Square of 1969.