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conjure
used in True Believer by Sparks

4 uses
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Definition
summon into action or bring into existence — often as if by magic
  • "Uh," Jeremy said, trying to summon a response in the midst of the vision that had been conjured up in his mind.
    Chapter Five (20% in)
  • Alvin Bernstein, whose name conjured up a clean-cut, bespectacled accountant—one of the countless professionals who wore Florsheim shoes and carried a briefcase to work— didn't look like an Alvin Bernstein.
    Chapter One (80% in)
  • They want them removed because they believe that it's really possible to conjure up evil and that kids who read this stuff might accidentally inspire Satan to run amok in our town.
    Chapter Four (51% in)
  • Though she wasn't particularly interested and was sometimes even frightened by the images conjured up, his slow, melodic drawl was strangely soothing, and she never tried to change the subject.
    Chapter Thirteen (67% in)

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