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verb. ['ˈkɑːndʒɝ'] summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic.
- kick up
- put forward
- call down
- bring up
- call forth
- conjure up
- cause to sleep
Rhymes with Conjure
How do you pronounce conjure?
Pronounce conjure as ˈkɑnʤər.
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How do you spell conjure? Is it conjour ?
A common misspelling of conjure is conjour
Sentences with conjure
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The first apparition the witches conjure up is a disembodied head, wearing an helmet made of metal armor.
2. Noun, singular or mass
The final apparition the witches conjure is another child, this one holding a branch.
3. Verb, base form
F. Scott Fitzgerald used many types of literary imagery to conjure up the essence of 1920s upper-class society.
Quotes about conjure
1. I have always thought of poems as stepping stones in one's own sense of oneself. Every now and again, you write a poem that gives you self-respect and steadies your going a little bit farther out in the stream. At the same time, you have to conjure the next stepping stone because the stream, we hope, keeps flowing.
- Seamus Heaney
2. Man corrupt everything, say Shug. He on your box of grits, in your head, and all over the radio. He try to make you think he everywhere. Soon as you think he everywhere, you think he God. But he ain't. Whenever you trying to pray, and man plop himself on the other end of it, tell him to git lost, say Shug. Conjure up the flowers, wind, water, a big rock.
- Alice Walker, The Color Purple
3. It takes a lot of strength to hold onto and care for the things we love, so why is it that god seems to have made humans unable to conjure up that degree of power and love?
- Ai Yazawa
verb. ['ˈkɑːndʒɝ'] engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together.
verb. ['ˈkɑːndʒɝ'] ask for or request earnestly.