The correct answer is evoke.
A. suppress vowel
C. escape from edge
D. disregard rules
The correct answer is (B) To evoke a response; to draw out; to draw forth in response; to arrive at (the truth, etc.) by questions or other means.
Elicit comes from Latin elicere (to entice).
Examples of use:
- His remarks elicited an immediate protest.
- She was able to elicit the truth as a result of gentle questioning.