provocative

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  • She uses herself as the subject of her often provocative art work.
  • "I tried to put something in every issue that would be provocative in some way."
  • However he chose to produce and create art that was meant to be provocative.
  • I suppose my opening question to him was a provocative question.
  • Madonna wanted the video to be more provocative than anything she had done before.
  • They leave out the reality and just put in what feels more provocative or a better story.
  • The long music video version is provocative, and contains various sexual scenes.
  • Despite being a provocative name the band's members liked it and decided to use it.
  • His behaviour and songs were often received as provocative by the general public.
  • His subjects were of vast scale and of provocative social and cultural meaning.
  • Although the song was provocative and rather critical of the show business, it was often well received in the media.
  • She has been noted for her provocative dress in pictures and at concerts.
  • As a result of this, his work is often considered provocative and controversial.
  • Some of the largest works, at the back of the gallery, are also the most provocative.
  • The album is distinguished for its political content, diverse sources of production and provocative subject matter.
  • I used a lot of provocative language back then.
  • He has put forward several novel and at times provocative scientific paradigms.
  • Hot Seat, in turn, became known for its provocative guest appearances.
  • According to her, the song was provocative, hence she was attracted to it.
  • Such policies are also said to be provocative towards the United States.
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Meaning of provocative

  • adjective Serving or tending to provoke, excite, or stimulate; stimulating discussion or exciting controversy
    a provocative remark, a provocative smile, provocative Irish tunes which...compel the hearers to dance"- Anthony Trollope