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prompter, n. 1. Theat. playreader; All Television. idiot card or sheet or board, prompter's card, Trademark. Teleprompter; reminder, jogger, memorandum, Inf. memo.
2. mover, prime mover, impeller, energizer, galvan-izer, inducer, actuator, animator, moving spirit; en-courager, abettor, inspirer, firer, spark,
Inf. spark plug; stimulator, gadfly.
3. instigator, inciter, exciter, urger; provoker,
Fr. agent provocateur or provocateur, catalyst; agitator, fomenter, inflamer, agitprop, firebrand, incendiary; rabble-rouser, rouser, demagogue. prompting, n. 1. pushing, pressing, driving, propelling, forcing, shoving; inducing, inducement, impelling, compelling, constraining, moving; instigating, instigation, actuating, activation, Inf starting something, Inf. looking for trouble.
2. urging, urge, admonishing, admonition, exhorting, exhortation, advising, advisement, counseling, consultation; persuading, persuasion, influencing, influence, disposing, inclining, inclination, prevailing upon,
Inf. twisting [s.o.'s] arm; coaxing, plying, swaying, talking into, convincing; tempting, luring, alluring, beguiling, beguilement, inveigling, inveiglement, enticing, enticement.
3. inciting, incitement, incitation, poking, prodding, pricking, goading, spurring, egging on, encouraging, encouragement; provoking, provocation, fomenting, fomentation, exciting, excitement, excitation, arousing, rousing; whipping up, stirring up, working up, winding up, firing up, kindling, inflaming, enflaming, inflammation, touching off; evoking, evocation, eliciting, elicitation, calling forth, summoning up.
4. stimulating, stimulation, animating, animation, invigorating, motivating, motivation, inspiring, inspiration; rallying, awakening, vivifying, vivification, bestirring, enlivening, livening up, jolting, jogging, shaking up; emboldening, enheartening, building up, bucking up, boosting, boosting up; inducing, producing, occasioning, giving rise to, bringing about; promoting, advancing, forwarding, fostering, favoring; supporting, advocating, patronizing.
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(all of a speaker) assisting, aiding, helping, rescuing, relieving; suggesting, hinting, putting words in [s.o.'s] mouth; Theat. cuing, reminding, putting in mind, jogging or refreshing or renewing the memory, setting back on the track. promptness, n. punctuality, earliness, promptitude; swiftness, quickness, dispatch, expedition; haste, speed, celerity; readiness, willingness, alacrity, eagerness, zeal, enthusiasm, avidity; liveliness, briskness, sprightliness, alertness, animation, promulgate, v. 1. proclaim, decree, rule, pronounce, announce, annunciate, declare; report, make public, publicize, advertise, broadcast, disseminate, propagate; herald, cry, blare, blazon, trumpet, bruit, noise abroad; publish, issue, put out, circulate, give out; make known, bring into the open, let out, come out with, disclose, divulge, reveal.
2. set forth, present, teach, instruct, indoctrinate; preach, lecture; propagandize, proselytize; promote, back, advocate, sponsor: prone,
adj. 1. apt, inclined, tending toward, leaning toward, of a mind to; disposed, predisposed, liable, given, ready, subject, likely, incident, Archaic. propense; open, susceptible, vulnerable.
2. face downward, prostrate, procumbent; laying flat, horizontal, recumbent, decumbent; accumbent, reclining, lying down, couchant, supine.
3. declivous, declivitous; sloping, slant, slanting, oblique, tilted, inclined, inclining, leaning.

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