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conjuring

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Synonyms and Antonyms of conjuring

  1. 1 the power to control natural forces through supernatural means <his attempts at conjuring demonstrated the vanity of human wishes> Synonyms bewitchery, bewitchment, magic, devilry (or deviltry), diablerie, enchantment, ensorcellment, mojo, necromancy, sorcery, thaumaturgy, voodooism, witchcraft, witchery, wizardryRelated Words abracadabra, amulet, charm, fetish (also fetich), mascot, periapt, phylactery, talisman; conjuration, glamour (also glamor), incantation, spell; curse, hex, jinx; augury, crystal gazing, divination, divining, forecasting, foreknowing, foreseeing, foretelling, fortune-telling, predicting, presaging, prognosticating, prophesying, soothsaying, sortilege; hexerei, hoodoo, occultism, spiritualism; augur, omen; exorcism; alchemyNear Antonyms science

  2. 2 the art or skill of performing tricks or illusions for entertainment <she's so good at conjuring that she's a much-sought-after entertainer at children's parties> Synonyms magic, hocus-pocus, legerdemain, prestidigitationRelated Words deception, deceptiveness, trickery



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