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verb (used with object), conjured, conjuring.

1. to affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell.

2. to effect, produce, bring, etc., by or as by magic:

to conjure a miracle.

3. to call upon or command (a devil or spirit) by invocation or spell.

4. to call or bring into existence by or as if by magic (usually followed by up):

She seemed to have conjured up the person she was talking about.

5. to bring to mind; recall (usually followed by up):

to conjure up the past.

6. to appeal to solemnly or earnestly:

I conjure you to hear my plea.

7. Obsolete. to charge solemnly.

verb (used without object), conjured, conjuring.

8. to call upon or command a devil or spirit by invocation or spell.

9. to practice magic.

10. to practice legerdemain.

11. Obsolete. to conspire.


12. Chiefly Southern U.S. an act or instance of witchcraft or voodoo, especially a spell.

There are two main types of conjuring spells. Those which conjure objects and those which conjure spirits.

Spells which conjure objects are relatively simple to cast and rarely have negative consequences to casting.

Spells which conjure spirits are some of the most powerful spells in existence.

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