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  1. any art that invokes supernatural powers
  2. an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
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How To Use thaumaturgy In A Sentence

  • You know what I think of visions and oracles and thaumaturgy and all the rest of that. KING OF DREAMS
  • It was also where the darkest of thaumaturgy often found a home, which was why Tranq had sent her. Petrol Queen snippet
  • Two brothers and the girl they both adore for different reasons collect on their mystical inheritance -- the knowledge of the reality-bending art called "thaumaturgy" -- just in time to save the world. Archive 2006-09-03
  • Some theurgical workings will incorporate elements of thaumaturgy, and divination may include necromancy while today's alchemist may bring in elements of all the other forms.
  • Thaumaturgy is concerned with the how, thaumatology with the why. Today is International Make Up a Word Day « Whatever
  • It doesn't understand sorcery, it doesn't understand spellsinging, it does not comprehend even the rudiments of thaumaturgy, and therefore cannot be affected by mem. The Lives of Felix Gunderson
  • Did you mink you were the only ones who could make use of combat thaumaturgy? The Lives of Felix Gunderson
  • This comment was originally posted on Twitter thaumaturgy said at 4pm on Nov 16th # | The death of the URL | FactoryCity
  • There are a lot of ways of showing magic in fantasy, ranging from the point-and-zap thaumaturgy that seems to be the general procedure for Harry Potter to the uncanny, archetypal forces at work of Last Call. I put on my robe and wizard hat «
  • While theurgy (almost by definition) lies within the realms of both magic and religion, thaumaturgy does not.
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