incant

in·cant

 (ĭn-kănt′)
tr.v. in·cant·ed, in·cant·ing, in·cants
To chant or intone (ritual or magic words).

[Latin incantāre; see enchant.]

incant

(ɪnˈkænt)
vb
to utter (incantations)to summon up by incantationto enchant
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The Doctor joining in with the 'incant' for Eve at the end is brimming with emotions.
does not demand that Congress "incant magic words" to make its
'The role of a spokesman is to incant, elaborate or moderate the President's pronouncements, not to mold the Chief Executive's statements beforehand,' Lagman said.
(6) To be sure, the Court has acknowledged that Congress need not "incant magic words in order to speak clearly" (7) and that "context, including this Court's interpretation of similar provisions in many years past, is relevant" to whether Congress has spoken with sufficient clarity to warrant jurisdictional treatment.
According to the court, plaintiff "cannot simply incant the magic
"This incant drilling operations at both launch points had to use every available inch of the 40-foot wide easement," said Lamb.
There is no magic word to incant, no lock to fumble with, and no key to turn.
This equitable costing model for the new shared infrastructure should also incant the user to optimize the return (think justifcation to the CEO).
The emperor summoned Liu to Chengdu and created a grand altar upon which to incant for three consecutive days (Hu 1993; Chen 2006; Wang 2001).
Logic comes from the a-human non-we but is logical as it uses language to elaborate and think, actualise and incant. The relations this logic makes are tangible and its effects are irrefutable.
But by forcing David, a total improviser who rarely delivers scripted lines, to incant impossibly long monologues (his to-the-camera ramblings effectively self-kidded by the visible bewilderment of the other cast members), Allen the director loses sight of what works.
When they incant the chorus, I think I can believe now in the sin I've done, it sounds like heartbreak, but really it's a testament to devotion as love.