[ US /ˈwɪzɝd/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪzəd/ ]
  1. possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers
    wizardly powers
    charming incantations
    'tis now the very witching time of night
    magic signs that protect against adverse influence
    a magical spell
    wizard wands
  1. one who practices magic or sorcery
  2. someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
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How To Use wizard In A Sentence

  • Wizard Apprentice Nicodemus had thought to be the prophesied Halcyon, but is afflicted with cacography, which stuns his growth as a magician. REVIEW: Spellwright by Blake Charlton
  • Then the Gods of the Market tumbled, and their smooth-tongued wizards withdrew The Volokh Conspiracy » Democracy and the Appeal of Socialism
  • The organist was a slightish man, white-haired, who seemed to hover in the alcove, his back to the audience, wizardly in his very smallness, and he hit the thunder pedal just as a figure on the screen drew back cowering from some danger above, and laughter swept the auditorium. Underworld
  • Would a story in which the MC is dealing with the effects of a wizards curse be fitting? John Joseph Adams » Guidelines: The Way of the Wizard
  • One of the most appealing things about the questers in The Wizard of Oz is that they already possessed what they sought - they simply needed the quest to reveal their hitherto hidden qualities.
  • On the baize, the balls roll on, but the former stars who now commentate cannot resist blathering about the Jester from Leicester or the Wizard of Wishaw. In praise of ... 'Whispering' Ted Lowe | Editorial
  • Coffey, who the U.K.'s Sunday Times dubbed "Wizard of Oz" in a nod to his homeland of Australia, is known for his quick- fire trading style -- buying and selling large volumes of securities daily. BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • I thoucht yer lordship wad like to see an auld stair I cam upo 'the ither day,' at gang's frae the wizard's chaumer. Malcolm
  • The story goes that downtrodden Sophie works in a hat shop and one day meets the glamorous wizard Howl, a charming ladykiller who has garnered the reputation of eating girls' hearts, despite looking more like a ladyboy.
  • Raised by his mean aunt and uncle, he learns on his 11 th birthday that he is a wizard of uncommon powers.
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