swear, take an oath, law
When you adjure someone to do something, you persuade, eagerly appeal, or solemnly order them to do it.
If you abjure a belief or a way of behaving, you state publicly that you will give it up or reject it.
When you try to conjure up images of the past, you call upon or summon them in your mind by imagining them.
When you are guilty of perjury you are lying while under oath to tell the truth, usually in a court of law.
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