Conjure (verb)

  1. To summon or bring into existence through magic or incantation.
  2. To cause (something) to appear or happen as if by magic.
  3. To call (a spirit or ghost) forth by means of a spell or incantation.

Origin:

From latin coniurare "to swear together, conspire".

Examples:

  1. The magician conjured a rabbit out of a hat.
  2. She conjured up a vision of a beautiful garden.
  3. The conjured a spell to bring the rain.
  4. He conjured a demon to do his bidding.
  5. The sorcerer conjured a spirit to provide answers.
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