conjuration

[ kon-juh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjuration

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He answered that he was forced to it by conjuration and maledictions.

The conjuration which they had been anxiously seeking was found.

I do not half like the state of things, and this conjuration about the bees may all fall through.

Pietro Bramante's conjuration was, if as inexplicable as ever, of the Archduchess.

The usual preparations for this conjuration were immediately made.

He seems to speak of his trouble as if mentioning it were a sort of conjuration to prevent it.

What he says sounds at first like scolding, and then like a solemn curse or conjuration.

It is said that at this conjuration the bird replied, "Yes, I am an evil spirit!"

Shotaye kept aloof after the conjuration, for a long time at least.

Thus, in its very bud, had his eye detected the conjuration de quinze ans!

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