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conjure
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The muted crimson lighting unfortunately conjured memories of Langdon’s last experience in noninvasive lighting in the Vatican Secret Archives.
  • A white Ku Klux Klan headpiece conjured images of hatred and racism in the United States, and yet the same costume carried a meaning of religious faith in Spain.
  • Only her gaze was sharp, and the juxtaposition conjured images of a multilayered Renoir portrait… veiled but distinct, with a boldness that somehow retained its shroud of mystery.
  • The poem’s reference to an "orb" conjured images of the night in her grandfather’s basement.
  • The compassion and concern the captain had shown for Aringarosa’s plight last night had conjured images of a far gentler physique.
  • She was recalling her first visit here, and strangely, the memories conjured an unexpected sadness.
  • The woman had long, luxuriant, silver hair that conjured an unexpected wisp of memory.
  • Langdon’s imagination could conjure no set of circumstances that would explain Saunière’s behavior.

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  • She fears his black magic will conjure up evil spirits.
  • The song conjures memories of good times.

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