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conjure
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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • Fudge pulled out his wand, conjured two large glasses full of amber liquid out of thin air, pushed one of them into the Prime Minister’s hand, and drew up a chair.
  • She was sitting on the teacher’s desk, alone except for a small ring of twit-tering yellow birds circling her head, which she had clearly just conjured out of midair.
  • Most of the class had already left, although several twittering yellow birds were still zooming around the room, all of Hermione’s creation; nobody else had succeeded in conjuring so much as a feather from thin air.
  • Almost absentmindedly, Dumbledore raised his wand again, twirled it once in midair, and then caught the crystal goblet that he had conjured out of nowhere.
  • She stared at him for a moment, then swayed alarmingly; Madam Pomfrey, who seemed to have pulled herself together, ran forward, conjuring a chair from thin air, which she pushed under McGonagall.

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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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