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Indeed, the words are often incanted in the same breath.
"The spell you incanted cannot use the caster's body as a focus.
He incanted fast and furious and then fell from the dragon's back.
Another spell, years in the fashioning, is being incanted.
Confidence flowed through his narrow chest as he incanted.
Albertus paused for a moment to curse, then incanted harder than ever.
Either way, she was glad she'd incanted quietly.
When the time came, he sprinkled the dried raven's eye in the wind and incanted another segment of jabber.
Leota's head incanted, the singing busts sang.
Milamber turned away from Kamatsu and incanted a spell, and William was immediately asleep.
"That the True Believer form again beneath our feet in the structure we call see and know," August Shackleton incanted.
When the last harmonies died away on the evening breeze, the Reverend Durkee incanted a benediction and sent us away.
As in the encounter with the trolls, blinding letters of light and flame appeared in his mind's eye, and he silently incanted.
It was not only at dawn that Michael incanted the Shuji Shuriken, cutting the nine ideographs.
This names-recitation was annually incanted by priest and head of each family-groups in their sacred religious performances as a rite until this present day.
He fired the first shot and ordered her to give back the boarding party and she waved her hands and incanted the window and here they are!
THE architect's lament, incanted by Peter DeWitt: "Apartment developers always want the tried and true.
She swayed a little, then incanted a long series of syllables, ranging across the scales, some pure, some edged with vibrato, accompanied by sighs and a conductor's gestures.
Meantime, the Brothers exercised, recited litanies, incanted the familiar battle-prayers, meditated, now and then duelled, tested themselves upon algometric pain-meters.and in spare time they scrimshandered the bones of the dead.
When Mama Tataba incanted this hymn to all of us, under her breath, she was not calling us fufu eaters or fufu shunners or anything I could have guessed.