evocation

[ ev-uh-key-shuh n, ee-voh-key- ]SEE DEFINITION OF evocation

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The history of the evocation of Samuel by the witch of Endor is well known.

There was a little silence at this evocation of the melancholy of gone days.

For the artist it is creation by expression; for the appreciator it is creation by evocation.

But the image does not lead to evocation of related or parallel ideas.

In a moment his rival's evocation became to him impossible to bear.

Belief in the evocation of the spirits of the dead is as old as Humanity.

In one respect it is very remarkable—the evocation of atmosphere.

The main argument of the book is the evocation of the ghost of Samuel.

I am claiming to have witnessed an evocation of the battle of Trafalgar!

They smiled at one another, ruefully, as at an evocation of Christina.

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