Noun(1) a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect(2) calling up a spirit or devil(3) an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
(1) He strongly believed in the contents of the literature and practised the spells and conjuration s elucidated in the texts.(2) Under the provisions of the edict and earlier French law, those who used spells and conjuration s could still be prosecuted, as could those who purported to lift the spells cast by others.(3) It's a spirit of some sort - that or a conjuration .(4) the conjuration of spirits(5) Thaumaturgy means, ├ö├ç├┐wonder working├ö├ç├û and refers to the conjuration of spirits, casting of spells, blessing, cursing, curing and harming through practical magick.(6) Between the minor ├ö├ç├┐outing├ö├ç├û and the conjuration of the ├ö├ç├┐fairy├ö├ç├û, she was exhausted.(7) They lit no fire, for the air was warm and gentle; a single conjuration of cold fire rested between them.(8) A more vernacular version of such a conjuration can be found in his account of the casting of the Perseus, wherein the statue comes to life on the artist's invocation of Christ's name.(9) Their secret priests therefore served the lust of the senses and practiced magic with all their might, employ conjuration s and spells, concoct love potions and methods of seduction, and engage in dream-interpretation and dark prestidigitator's arts.(10) Healing was not creation or conjuration , it was simply speeding up the body's natural processes or strengthening what was already there.(11) Also, perhaps the conjuration of spirits (gods, demons, angels) is also part of a ritual to attract the attention of the designers so that you can communicate a desire to change the program.(12) He was sure there would be phosphorus there; phosphorus was needed in most critical summons and conjurations .(13) She overheard their conspiracy and intervened to thwart their plan by placing diversions in their path - attacking hounds; rich, tempting raiment dangling on elusive clotheslines; and many other such conjurations .(14) Indeed, there may be a relationship between the structure of magical conjurations and legal language - conjuration of course being a legal term├ö├ç┬¬(15) She got progressively better, and her conjurations lasted longer each day.(16) Her conjurations are clearly earth-centered.
(1) conjuration :: conjuration
1. incantation ::
2. conjury ::
3. deception ::
Different Formsconjuration, conjurations
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