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evocation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of evoking.
    • production anew through the energy for the memory or imagination.
    • The work of calling on or forth, or evoking.
    • The act of calling aside or forth.
    • A calling or taking from concealment; a calling forth: as, one of the ancient Romans, the evocation associated with gods of a besieged town to become listed on the besiegers.
    • In civil-law, removing a suit from a substandard to an exceptional tribunal.
    • phoning up supposed supernatural causes by spells and incantations
    • stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a specific course of actions
    • imaginative re-creation
    • The act of evoking.
    • Creation anew through power associated with the memory or imagination.
    • The act of calling out or forth, or evoking.
    • The act of phoning completely or forth.
    • A calling or taking from concealment; a calling forth: as, one of the ancient Romans, the evocation for the gods of a besieged town to join the besiegers.
    • In civil law, removing a suit from an inferior to an excellent tribunal.
    • calling up expected supernatural causes by spells and incantations
    • stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a certain class of habits
    • imaginative re-creation
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