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  • n. Plural form of evoker.


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  • All three writers, though outrageously different in their output, are evokers of apprehension, at their best in tightly economical rather than capacious forms, at risk of mannerism when they drift off their game, and master builders of a persona.

    The Unclosed Circle

  • But France also possessed the cathedrals of Paris, Chartres, Amiens and Mont Saint-Michel with the islet of Tambelaine, evokers of the Helleno-Christian tradition.

    The Sion Revelation

  • This multitude see the comic side of a thousand low-grade and trivial things -- broad incongruities, mainly; grotesqueries, absurdities, evokers of the horse-laugh.

    The Mysterious Stranger; A Romance by Mark Twain [pseud.] with illustrations by N.C. Wyeth.

  • The evolving of the first half required little imagination, for fate furnished the material ready made; while in conjuring up the second moiety, the spirit-evokers showed even less originality.

    The Soul of the Far East

  • P3 - stylish music, presentation, visuals (persona evokers never get old), story and characters.


  • He was guided and controlled by that troop of sacrilegious priests, transmuters of metals, and evokers of demons, by whom he was surrounded at Tiffauges. "



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