conjuration (n.) Old form(s): Coniuration
entreaty, injunction, solemn appeal
H5 I.ii.29[King Henry to Canterbury, of his warning to speak the truth] Under this conjuration speak
Ham V.ii.38[Hamlet to Horatio] An earnest conjuration from the King
R2 III.ii.23[King Richard to all] Mock not my senseless conjuration, lords
RJ V.iii.68[Paris to Romeo] I do defy thy conjuration [F commisseration; Q1 coniurations]
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