manawagan, magsumamo, magsalamangka
Verb(1) summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic(2) ask for or request earnestly(3) engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together
(1) The acoustic guitar is the closest thing to a fetish object in music: put one in the right hands, and that person can conjure the dead.(2) Likewise, you have made the mistake of provoking us to use and conjure the spirits that we had held back until now.(3) They plan on using alien technology and Satanic rituals to conjure up the long-dead Nazi army with some sort of evil portal!(4) Instead, the words conjure up unpleasant memories of mom's experimental eggplant lasagna and certain rubber-like meat substitutes.(5) Its glossy pages and colourful pictures conjure up the image of a veritable paradise.(6) This was a false assumption; he was well-versed in the holy scriptures, and it was whispered that he had the ability to conjure up eidolons and spirits.(7) It's strange, given the amount of time the authors have spent around kids, that they haven't managed to conjure a memorable child character.(8) When his mind chose to conjure up images, it presented every possible situation he could ever hate.(9) Using cracked linen as a surface, she painted motifs that conjure up images of Italian frescoes and simulate the effects of time and weather.(10) Many cities today already have a ├ö├ç├┐brand├ö├ç├û in the sense that they conjure up an image in the consumer's mind.(11) The word will conjure up memories of previous occasions where the player has been aggressive and successfully overcome a challenge.(12) The mournful undertones of this track conjure a sense of loss, perhaps for ancestors, perhaps for all passing.(13) She explains about her seven dead children and how she sent her daughter to conjure the spirits of the dead.(14) This is just a figment of the imagination of weak minds that conjure up images to provide solace when they cannot handle reality, she continued.(15) she had forgotten how to conjure up the image of her mother's face(16) But he does not conjure their ghosts simply to condemn them again; he has a new take.
(1) conjure up :: manawagan up
1. produce ::
2. bring to mind ::
3. stir ::
4. conspire ::
5. bid ::
Different Formsconjure, conjured, conjures, conjuring
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