Instigate conjugation

English
38 examples
This verb can also mean the following: incite, goad, provoke, set on, urge forward

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
instigate
instigate
instigates
instigate
instigate
instigate
Future Simple
will instigate
will instigate
will instigate
will instigate
will instigate
will instigate
Past Simple
instigated
instigated
instigated
instigated
instigated
instigated
Conditional Simple
would instigate
would instigate
would instigate
would instigate
would instigate
would instigate
I
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Present Progressive
am instigating
are instigating
is instigating
are instigating
are instigating
are instigating
Future Progressive
will be instigating
will be instigating
will be instigating
will be instigating
will be instigating
will be instigating
Past Progressive
was instigating
were instigating
was instigating
were instigating
were instigating
were instigating
Conditional Progressive
would be instigating
would be instigating
would be instigating
would be instigating
would be instigating
would be instigating
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Present Perfect
have instigated
have instigated
has instigated
have instigated
have instigated
have instigated
Future Perfect
will have instigated
will have instigated
will have instigated
will have instigated
will have instigated
will have instigated
Past Perfect
had instigated
had instigated
had instigated
had instigated
had instigated
had instigated
Conditional Perfect
would have instigated
would have instigated
would have instigated
would have instigated
would have instigated
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been instigating
have been instigating
has been instigating
have been instigating
have been instigating
have been instigating
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been instigating
will have been instigating
will have been instigating
will have been instigating
will have been instigating
will have been instigating
Past Perfect Progressive
had been instigating
had been instigating
had been instigating
had been instigating
had been instigating
had been instigating
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been instigating
would have been instigating
would have been instigating
would have been instigating
would have been instigating
would have been instigating

Examples of instigate

Example in English
The suburban teacher instigate on a revolution! " "Were Russian prisoner of war the Béla Nyul (*Rabbit*), Moscow's agent "
You instigate the murder #
'Don't instigate andrew symonds.'
Don't instigate them, Daboo.
Dutch didn't instigate this.
The suburban teacher instigate on a revolution! " "Were Russian prisoner of war the Béla Nyul (*Rabbit*), Moscow's agent "
You instigate the murder #
'Don't instigate andrew symonds.'
Don't instigate them, Daboo.
Dutch didn't instigate this.
He has a history of hiding out in fear of abuse, abuse that he instigates.
Most killing teams have a dominant personality That instigates and plans And a submissive one who's the eager accomplice.
Ross, um, like, instigates, and...
This instigates another wave of bacterial helpers, and another, until conditions stable enough for normal life return and the harmful toxin is completely neutralized.
He has a history of hiding out in fear of abuse, abuse that he instigates.
Most killing teams have a dominant personality That instigates and plans And a submissive one who's the eager accomplice.
Ross, um, like, instigates, and...
This instigates another wave of bacterial helpers, and another, until conditions stable enough for normal life return and the harmful toxin is completely neutralized.
He has instigated her and sent her here, to level accusations at me!"
Loin-instigated."
'A senior police spokesman announced 'that a systematic search of farms and outbuildings 'will be instigated immediately.'
...but you were the one who instigated the hug. I didn't inst-
I instigated the hug?
'Sources say the attack is in response to substantial gains 'made by the pro-living party Victus in recent elections. 'Victus has pinned the blame 'on the Undead Liberation Army, a well-known extremist group, 'whose goals include instigating a second uprising of the Undead.
You're instigating her.
How's that? -Your phrase is very instigating.
A cop is instigating a yakuza to wage war!
And are instigating my guilt to make an easy buck from me.
He has instigated her and sent her here, to level accusations at me!"
Loin-instigated."
'A senior police spokesman announced 'that a systematic search of farms and outbuildings 'will be instigated immediately.'
...but you were the one who instigated the hug. I didn't inst-
I instigated the hug?
'Sources say the attack is in response to substantial gains 'made by the pro-living party Victus in recent elections. 'Victus has pinned the blame 'on the Undead Liberation Army, a well-known extremist group, 'whose goals include instigating a second uprising of the Undead.
You're instigating her.
How's that? -Your phrase is very instigating.
A cop is instigating a yakuza to wage war!
And are instigating my guilt to make an easy buck from me.

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