Word of the Day: Elicit and Illicit

elicit e-lic-it  /  ĭ-lĭs-ĭt   verb  
  1. to draw forth, to evoke
Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant. Horace 65 B.C.- 8 B.C.     illicit Il-lic-it  /  ĭ-lĭs-ĭt   adjective  
  1. not according to law; illegal
Never seek illicit wealth. Confucius 551-479 BC  
  1. not permitted or allowed, against common standards or customs
We are incredibly heedless in the formation of our beliefs, but find ourselves filled with an illicit passion for them when anyone proposes to rob us of their companionship. James Harvey Robinson, 1863 – 1936