The alchemist, hearing of the royal intention, again determined to fly.
The alchemist acted on the hint, and began his experiments, working night and day.
He was not exactly an alchemist; he was an astrologer, and there are the ruins of his tower in the park.
"You must take me there," said Paul, smiling good-humoredly at the reference to the alchemist.
She was more than a merely good cook; she was an alchemist in food stuffs.
Somewhere he has seen a picture of an alchemist not unlike this.
From the drawbacks of both these pieces The Alchemist is wholly free.
He is like the alchemist who changes lead into silver, and silver into gold.
“At present I cannot on any account do that,” answered the alchemist.
The successful inventor is no longer an alchemist groping in the dark.