conjured[ kon-jer, kuhn- for 1–5, 8–10, 12; kuhn-joor for 6, 7, 11 ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONJURED
Have I not conjured you, as you value my peace—What is it that I do not give up?
It was in vain that I entreated, that I conjured her to let me know where I might send to her.
He conjured up the lad's face, and a cry of discovery escaped him.
He had no wish for Buck to see the smile his words had conjured.
Miss Wodehouse paused, appalled by the image she herself had conjured up.
It was in vain that I entreated—that I conjured her to let me know where I might send to her.
Big Pete, too, was lost in thought, conjured up by the scene below us.
But what you saw was merely the image of it, conjured up by means of my magic.
I wanted no part of the future this corn-fed oracle had conjured up.
But by what spell had he conjured up the lover, just at the critical moment?