magician[ muh-jish-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF magician
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGICIAN
If you did it without that, you are a magician, as Hope once called you.
He stood like a magician, controlling the phantoms which he had evoked.
The African magician I find it very difficult to exclude from my Wigwam too.
The magician allowed them to do so, and since he had no choice, made the best of it.
When they stopped they found they had reached the palace of the magician.
Not long afterward the magician invited the King to go traveling with him.
He waited not to be addressed, he read the purposes of the heart of the magician.
But his figure was no longer that which bespoke the magician, and which Edwin had already seen.
The only doubt he expressed was about the identity of the magician.
This man was a sort of Prospero, a magician, and the island's first ruler.