Wizard synonyms

wĭz'ərd
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A performer of tricks or an escapologist.
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In certain traditional cultures, especially in Africa, a sorcerer or shamanistic healer.
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A practitioner or follower of white magic or of Wicca
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A sorcerer
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Among North American Indians, etc., a man believed to have supernatural powers of curing disease and controlling spirits; shaman
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A sorcerer or sorceress.
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A priest or medicine man, esp. among N Asian peoples, who is believed able to heal and to foretell the future through communication with good and evil spirits
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One who searches for underground objects or water using a divining rod.
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Alternative form of sihr.
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A person able to foresee the future.
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One who practices palmistry.
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(Obsolete) An augur.
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An agency by which something is accomplished, conveyed, or transferred:
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A person, thing, or act so extraordinary as to inspire wonder; specif., a child of highly unusual talent or genius
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A magician or wizard
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Any of various similar plants
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One who practices sorcery; a wizard.
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A person who works supernatural miracles
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A man who practices witchcraft, esp. black magic; sorcerer
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Similar to, or involving, sorcery.
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Having the power to charm or enchant; bewitching.
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Like, or suiting a wizard.
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A mantis or rearhorse.
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A person who professes to foretell events, esp. events in other people's lives
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One who studies or practices astrology.
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A person who induces hypnosis
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*One who works wonders
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A person who is very skillful or highly trained and informed in some special field
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A great natural ability (for a particular activity); strong disposition or inclination
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Power assigned to another; authorization:
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One that evokes surprise, admiration, or wonder.
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(Informal) One who is completely absorbed in or obsessed with a given job or pastime:
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A person very skilled and able in some work, profession, science, etc.; expert
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One who earns a living in a given or implied occupation:
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(Informal) A person, such as a loan shark, who takes advantage of the misfortune of others for personal gain.
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A common nickname suggesting skill, particularly among airplane pilots.
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A highly skilled person; an expert:
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A person skilled in a particular activity; an expert:
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A person who formerly held the position of master, as in a lodge or club
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A person who exhibits such competence; an expert.
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(--- Slang, former) Something strikingly excellent, attractive, etc.
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One skilful or proficient; an expert; an adept.
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Delightful in a playful way which avoids responsibility or seriousness, as if attracting through a magical charm
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Of, relating to, or invoking the supernatural:
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Enchanting; bewitching:
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One that wins first place or first prize in a competition.
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An indefinite generalized body feeling:
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A person who has special knowledge or experience; an expert.
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Alternative form of maven.
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(Obsolete) A very learned person.
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A person regarded by others or personally as an expert in some activity or as very important, aggressive, or skillful
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A conventionalized flat figure having (usually five or six) symmetrical projecting points, regarded as a representation of a star of the sky
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A very prominent performer, as in sports or the entertainment industry, often one considered to have exceptional skill and talent
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someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
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(Short for, Informal) wizard
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