Thesaurus / evocation
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The power of that evocation is so strong that it carries the poet along with it.

Musicians of To-DayRomain Rolland

Every movement of thought implies an evocation of the opposing passion of these two emotions.

The Complex VisionJohn Cowper Powys

Gabriel felt humiliated by the failure of his irony and by the evocation of this figure from the dead, a boy in the gasworks.

DublinersJames Joyce

The fascination of horror that had held the girl broke before that evocation of the final doom.

The MessengerElizabeth Robins

So this was the ending of the whole day; this evocation of a fair girl, with a somewhat long face and eyes of blue.

Our attitude to man and to nature, expressed or not, has something of the effect of ritual, of evocation.

Imaginations and Reveries(A.E.) George William Russell

For such intensity of evocation is as contagious as an enthusiasm or a panic.

Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- ZAnatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe

Many psychologists have supposed that a relation has the power of evocation only when it has been perceived.

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

He slept upon the evocation of her beauty just as he was setting forth upon a delicate and intangible pursuit.

Sinister Street, vol. 2Compton Mackenzie

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