- Someone who has taken an oath, e.g. William Caxton (d. 1400) said of himself: 'I am citizen and conjury of London.'
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Conjury — Con ju*ry, n. The practice of magic; enchantment. Motley. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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conjury — noun calling up a spirit or devil • Syn: ↑conjuring, ↑conjuration, ↑invocation • Derivationally related forms: ↑invoke (for: ↑invocation), ↑conjure, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
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magic — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. sorcery; witchery, glamour, spell; legerdemain. adj. magic[al], mystic[al], occult; enchanting. See deception. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Occult] Syn. enchanted, enchanting, fascinating, charmed,… … English dictionary for students
imprestidigitation — The appearance of captured sailors on deck by conjury. Most of the band of pirates three sheets to the wind and pretty darn useless from a night of drinking rum, Blackbeard ordered imprestidigitation from a somewhat sober magician captured in… … Dictionary of american slang
magic — n 1. sorcery, witchcraft, witchery, wizardry, incantation, wonderworking; necromancy, thau maturgy, theurgy; black magic, black art, voodoo, hoodoo, obiism or obeahism; deviltry or devilry, de monology, demonaltry, diabolism; supernaturalness,… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
magic — [n] supernatural power; appearance of impossible feats by tricks abracadabra*, alchemy, allurement, astrology, augury, bewitchment, black art, conjuring, conjury, devilry, diabolism, divination, enchantment, exorcism, fascination, foreboding,… … New thesaurus