Definition of conjure:
appeal, go on, conjure up, offer, paint a picture, compress, put up, lambast, upgrade, energize, produce, recruit, cite, submit, exhort, reproof, berate, call on the carpet, rear, stimulate, name, contract, do, invite, complot, have words, petition, jaw, enchant, dress down, bid, awake, nurture, heighten, beg, enhance, mention, implore, call forth, chew up, bawl out, extract, charm, state, upraise, suggest, plead, rouse, sex, advance, levy, kick upstairs, constrict, impetrate, call upon, tender, awaken, energise, supplicate, waken, get up, erect, come alive, ch, prepare, leaven, elevate, urge on, budge, urge, put forward, touch, lift, reboot, besiege, solicit, weight-lift, posit, adjure, enkindle, machinate, nominate, iron, shake up, sue, excite, promote, be, invoke, trounce, chide, fight, wind up, remonstrate, shift, amuse, take to task, squeeze, wake up, rebuke, crave, fire, importune, request, chew out, reprimand, agitate, prove, press, press out, pray, boot, perk up, provoke, set up, emcee, parent, call, evoke, cabal, appear, rag, devise, elicit, turn on, resurrect, kick up, iron out, advert, shake, ask, weightlift, raise, organise, campaign, weigh, lambaste, compact, kindle, push, call down, farm, grow, debut, scold, stir, beseech, arouse, extemporize, organize, crusade, educe, draw out, refer, collude, entertain, conspire, entreat, lecture, wake, brace, bring up, assert, wish.
- "Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan", Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy).
The question was so unexpected and so strange, that it caused an involuntary start; but, recovering his recollection on the instant, the young sailor haughtily replied- " Or to any other monster thou canst conjure!"- "The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas", James Fenimore Cooper.
- "The History of the Negro Church", Carter Godwin Woodson.