- n calling up a spirit or devil
- v summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
- v ask for or request earnestly
- v engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together
- Tim Herron in USA Today
I don't have any problems with conjuring up good memories here,Herron said. "Of course, I made some putts, which helps as well."
- Michiko Kakutani in New York Times
He "excels at ...... conjuring the mood of specific times and places," Michiko Kakutani said in The Times, including the Village in the early '60s, post-Carnaby Street London and the forests of Northern California.
- Ingmar Bergman in Los Angeles Times
When I was 10 years old I received my first, rattling film projector, with its chimney and lamp,Bergman wrote in an introduction to his 1960 book "Four Screenplays." "This little rickety machine was my first conjuring set. And even today I...