conjurer

[ kon-jer-er, kuhn- for 1, 2; kuh n-joo r-er for 3 ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjurer

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A conjurer must have his time, like a straggling priest in the settlements.

To secure such power, Hugh, the conjurer, ate the flesh of eagles.

The conjurer is employed to work his charms to keep off the evil ones.

Holmes stood before us with the air of a conjurer who is performing a trick.

She was not a conjurer of words so much as a magician in sensibility.

It was that the widow meant to consult the conjurer that very night.

I understood he was a conjurer, or an entertainer, or something of that kind.

In her hut was a litter of pups, and as she was a conjurer, she said to them, "Grow up at once."

You informed me that the conjurer was dead, and then you asked me for my ring.

He was known for miles as a successful "conjurer" and giver of "hands."

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Anglo-French conjurour, Old French conjureur "conjurer, magician, exorcist," from Latin coniurator, from coniurare (see conjure).

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