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Synonyms for conjure


conjure something up


Synonyms for conjure

to make an earnest or urgent request

Synonyms for conjure

ask for or request earnestly

engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together

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It depends on your generation which name conjures up any magic for you.
SUMMER CAMP The name conjures up images of fresh-faced American youths frolicking in a lakeside location.
I've always been a big fan of the antler chandelier and all the images of sitting by the fire in a lodge that it conjures up.
If the paintings that spawned Sallemania two decades ago conjured up cinematic montage and theatrical staging, the "Vortex" series conjures up .
At one point, when an anecdote might have really strengthened his case about the need for Fair Trade coffee, Wild instead conjures up a meandering hypothetical about the fictional Ahab Coffee House.
An image conjures experiences, feelings, and thoughts that are often more powerful and reach deeper into the unconscious than those of words.
The ominous expression "weapons of mass destruction" conjures up images of mushroom clouds.
He provides interesting insights into bulls and bullfighting and conjures brief appearances by Winston Churchill and Aline, Countess of Romanones, as well as quite a few dead bodies.
Dominic Walsh's new Bello conjures the lush sensuality of the Baroque era.
In name alone, Genghis Khan conjures up notions of a ruthless, bloodthirsty warrior who pillaged lands far and wide.
Plumpp conjures shotguns, rural Mississippi, snuff and gospel to unveil a haunting picture of the man that instructed him throughout his early adulthood.
Benigni conjures up a world where children are protected from death and despair by the antics of a courageous parent whose love and spirit are boundless.