invocation

[ in-vuh-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF invocation

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In modern crystal-gazing and mirror-reading, however, there is no invocation.

It was a prayer, an invocation, to the unknown child, as to the unknown God!

In that case, as a Unitarian, I must object to an invocation in which I do not believe.

I feel the same about the invocation of the saints and about images.

The invocation was heard in the breasts from which it was uttered.

The oath which accompanied the compact involved an invocation of the gods.

The first tablet of the series opens with an invocation to the gods of night.

No game had come as the result of the medicine man's invocation.

If this change be right, the invocation commences at this line, and ll.

The former should be used only in cases of invocation, as, “O Lord!”

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