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Correct spelling: elicit

Common misspellings:

elitie, elitst, illicite, elcited, eletist, elapst, elisite, elizabteh, allicin, elkart, eliniate, dulcit, ilost, eliceted, elict, elicite, elemite, eticet, olicipic, equisit, elitiest, earlyiest, apolicital, elietist, ilicit, eticette, elistic, edicet, erliest, elct, elicites, velicity, illcit, elitis, elliviate, elliciting, earlist, illucid, eliteist, ellicited, ecist, ellimiate, delicet, exiit, elizabet, elimiate, earlyist, encite, illict, etticette.

Examples of usage:

  1. She had thought, so she said, that being a woman she might perhaps know better how to elicit the real facts of the case from me, since the men,- lawyers, police officers and even my father,- might very well have frightened away my memory by their manner of going about it.  The Other Side of the Door by Lucia Chamberlain
  2. I recounted every incident that had befallen me since coming to the house, every fragment of possible evidence that my search had brought to light; to all of which she listened with the closest attention, interrupting only occasionally to elicit more comprehensive information.  The Paternoster Ruby by Charles Edmonds Walk
  3. Thresk himself did not mention it and the counsel for the Crown had no hint which could help him to elicit it.  Witness For The Defence by A.E.W. Mason
  4. But though the religious consciousness is an abstraction, in the same sense that the scientific and moral consciousness are abstractions, each is valid in its own sphere; and the whole evidence of consciousness in all its three phases must be taken together, if we are to elicit any universal principles of thought and action, any unity in our experience, any purpose in evolution.  Evolution by Frank B. Jevons