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noun as in evocation

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noun as in invocation

noun as in magic spell

noun as in sleight of hand

noun as in whammy

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In the middle ages conjuration was regularly practised in Europe, and devils were supposed to appear under decided forms.

The conjuration being thrice repeated, we are assured the spirit would rise and answer the exorcist's questions.

In our own country, incantation and conjuration, as already observed, were by no means uncommon.

This song is repeated again and again without change of motif—it is a conjuration in the form of a song.

Bergier, Dictionnaire de théologie, under the word Conjuration.


On this page you'll find 318 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conjuration, such as: appeal, beauty, charisma, glamour, grace, and magic.

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