wizardry

[ UK /wˈɪzədɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪzɝdɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. exceptional creative ability
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How To Use wizardry In A Sentence

  • The first earthbound applications of this electronic wizardry will be airport scanners that scrutinize passengers' bags.
  • No one wants to read just about wizardry and witchcraft.
  • No antibiotic heroics, no psychosurgical wizardry, just ordinary everyday caring. Beyond Meds
  • I personally know very little about organ construction but I know enough to speculate that no amount of electronic wizardry is going to replace the physical sound and experience of the authentic pipes themselves. What is the Organ?
  • More and more of the super-rich are, apparently, turning away from the best hotels and booking their annual break at the seaside, in cottages without television, DVDs, computers or any sort of electronic wizardry.
  • Left to itself, it would be sagebrush and cactus, but American capital and hydro-engineering wizardry have made it greener than wet Seattle.
  • The second goal was sheer wizardry.
  • Mickolai's character, though ultimately likable, is at times annoyingly flawless in his morals, military acumen, and financial wizardry. REVIEW: The War with Earth by Leo Frankowski and Dave Grossman
  • Some conservative Christian groups balk at what they feel is the glorification of witchcraft and wizardry.
  • Three weeks along and I am some way from producing a dizzyingly lovely stream of fingerpicking wizardry.
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