invoke

[ in-vohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF invoke

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVOKE

Then she began busily to invoke the protection of all the saints in the calendar.

Invoke not the unhallowed spirits of the abyss; invoke the spotless synod of the Gods.

We have the law with us, and your conduct will lead us to invoke it.

"A law that will hang you if you invoke it," she cut in quickly.

Do you know that it is against your father and your father's brother that you invoke God's vengeance?

Or, instead of the camera, why not at first invoke the brush and colour-box?

He knew how to invoke to his aid all that poetry, art, and romance could contribute.

It seems to invoke sympathy and help in some indefinite crisis.

I cannot invoke the civil law to do more than to say that it shall be a day of rest.

I have heard them invoke their friends who have been drowned at sea.

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