elicit

Word of the Day

elicit

verb
elic·​it | \ i-ˈli-sət \
elicited; eliciting; elicits
transitive verb
1 to call forth or draw out (something, such as information or a response)
2 to draw forth or bring out (something latent or potential)

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While avoiding the illicit.
Let us strive to be explicit.
You’ll need to be complicit,
As a response from you we elicit.

Here’s the simple fact.
You will not be smacked
We’re just trying to attract
From you a simple tract.

If you are a no-show
By that, we then will know
That the WotD glow
Has received a terrible blow.

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[Nah! Don’t take it as if there were really any pressure. This is just a regular, routine, typical, run-of-the-mill WotD post, one in a near-perpetual series. By the way, clicking on any part of the response image will do absolutely NOTHING!]

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