Provocation

Provocation

[prov-uh-key-shuhn]
A provocation is an act that causes a response.

Provocation and provoke can refer to:

  • Provocation (legal), a type of legal defense in court which claims the "victim" provoked the accused's actions
  • Agent provocateur, a (generally political) group that tries to goad a desired response from the group or otherwise disrupt its activity
  • Provocation (medical), a way of medical testing for conditions such as an allergy by provoking the immune system's response
  • Provoke (album), a 1998 album by Altar and their final release on Displeased Records
  • Provoked (film), a 2007 British film starring Aishwarya Rai and Naveen Andrews
  • Provoked, a 2008 album by Henry Rollins.

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