Definition of Conjuration

1. Noun. A ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect.

Exact synonyms: Incantation
Generic synonyms: Charm, Magic Spell, Magical Spell, Spell
Specialized synonyms: Invocation
Derivative terms: Conjure



2. Noun. Calling up a spirit or devil.
Exact synonyms: Conjuring, Conjury, Invocation
Generic synonyms: Magic, Thaumaturgy
Specialized synonyms: Evocation, Summoning
Derivative terms: Conjure, Conjure, Conjure, Invoke

3. Noun. An illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers.

Definition of Conjuration

1. n. The act of calling or summoning by a sacred name, or in solemn manner; the act of binding by an oath; an earnest entreaty; adjuration.

Definition of Conjuration

1. Noun. conjuring, legerdemain or magic ¹

2. Noun. a magic trick ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Conjuration

1. [n -S]

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Literary usage of Conjuration

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1. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History, Critical and Biographical, of by Robert Chambers (1844)
"In none of lus works does Lewis evince a talent f.«r humour. [Scene of conjuration by the Wandering Je>f.] [Raymond, in ' The Monk,' is pursued by a spectre ..."

2. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"The Abbot of Abingdon to Secretary Cromwell, that he had taken a Priest into custody, who travelled about practising conjuration. [IBID. MISC. LETTERS, t. ..."

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