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    #1

    Prompt/ stimulate/draw

    Which is better?

    It seems that the diplomatic achievement didn't prompt/ stimulate/ draw any feelings of excitement or euphoria in Jerusalem.

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    #2

    Re: Prompt/ stimulate/draw

    I'd say "prompt."

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    Re: Prompt/ stimulate/draw

    evoke

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