conjure (v.) Old form(s): coniur'd , coniure
call up, bring out, produce
1H4 IV.iii.43[Blunt to Hotspur] You conjure from the breast of civil peace / Such bold hostility
H5 V.ii.288[Burgundy to King Henry, of Katherine] If you would conjure in her, you must make a circle [with bawdy pun]
Tim I.i.7[Poet as if to Timon] all these spirits thy power / Hath conjured to attend
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