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conjured

verb as in appeal to, implore

verb as in cast spell

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Leaders with political and intellectual responsibilities conjured up those evils, and the results are on their hands.

Tolkien, channeling something similar, conjured the Eye of Sauron.

What he had created was a quick Web tool, but QuickWeb sounded lame, as if conjured up by a com­mittee at Microsoft.

The ghost of George Orwell may be conjured too readily and too often, these days, but this truly is Orwellian.

Not even the most fertile imagination could have conjured a better monster-in-the-dark than IS.

Louis turned on him a countenance, in which all that Wharton had conjured up in that noble soul, shone bright in the moon-light.

He was taken up for dead; and Richelieu and the Cardinal conjured me to hush the affair.

Swiftly, now, reality was asserting itself and banishing the phantasmagoria conjured up by chandu.

His zeal cooled, and he conjured up a thousand difficulties as they rowed across the bay.

A waiter conjured a vacant table and chairs from nowhere, in the midst of the sedentary throng.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conjured, such as: crave, urge, beseech, pray, beg, and importune.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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