To create or produce something, seemingly magically(verb)
To generate (an image or an idea) in one's mind.(verb)
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Use "conjure up" in a sentence
"Martin meanwhile stormed around, swearing in English, circling the crashed Intrepid as if to conjure up a repair."
"When you think of the word scientist, like most, you might immediately conjure up images of a guy in a laboratory and a white lab coat doing experiments, and it usually has a clinical depiction."
"Their ability to instantly conjure up plausible-sounding rationalizations, to twist the narrative to make their side sound credible with cherry-picked facts and half-truths, and very important to smear their accusers becomes second nature."