To conjure is defined as to call a spirit or to practice magic.(verb)
An example of to conjure is a group around a table trying to call a spirit from another world.
See conjure in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME conjuren < OFr conjurer < L conjurare, to swear together, conspire < com-, together + jurare, to swear: see jury
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verb con·jured, con·jur·ing, con·jures verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English conjuren
Origin: , from Old French conjurer, to use a spell
Origin: , from Late Latin coniūrāre, to pray by something holy
Origin: , from Latin, to swear together
Origin: : com-, com-
Origin: + iūrāre, to swear; see yewes- in Indo-European roots.
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