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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reconjure.

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Examples

  • Her stomach twisted, as it did each time she reconjured the shock of plunging the knife point into him, of feeling the jolt as blade struck human bone.

    Raven Speak

  • Her stomach twisted, as it did each time she reconjured the shock of plunging the knife point into him, of feeling the jolt as blade struck human bone.

    Raven Speak

  • Her stomach twisted, as it did each time she reconjured the shock of plunging the knife point into him, of feeling the jolt as blade struck human bone.

    Raven Speak

  • Her stomach twisted, as it did each time she reconjured the shock of plunging the knife point into him, of feeling the jolt as blade struck human bone.

    Raven Speak

  • Thus, instead of a rational discussion about the best way to contain and defeat religious fanaticism, one had the mutual reinforcement of two forms of that mania: the jihadist assault reconjured the bloodstained specter of the Crusaders.

    'God Is Not Great'

  • He reconjured moonlight schottische dances on the decks of a steamer run by lovable country people, “simple-hearted folk and overflowing with good-fellowship and the milk of human kindness.”

    Mark Twain

  • His appearances before large audiences must have reconjured his boyish “powerful ambition” to preach.

    Mark Twain

  • He reconjured moonlight schottische dances on the decks of a steamer run by lovable country people, “simple-hearted folk and overflowing with good-fellowship and the milk of human kindness.”

    Mark Twain

  • His appearances before large audiences must have reconjured his boyish “powerful ambition” to preach.

    Mark Twain

  • His imagination reconjured all the midnights they had witnessed -- the home-comings under cover of darkness, the secret endearments of lovers, the muffled laughter.

    The Kingdom Round the Corner A Novel

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