Thesaurus / magus
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Magus was out, and Pierre could obtain no information on this phenomenon.

Pierre GrassouHonore de Balzac

It was Simon's proficiency in this occult science which gained him the surname of Magus, or Magician.

A Magus, then, is one who is a minister of the Gods, or one who has by nature the god-like faculty.

Magus faced about with a shrug, as much as to say there was indeed nothing else to be done.

The rods seem to have been of tamarisk, and without a magus no kind of sacrifices were performed.

Magus whispered to himself, as he suddenly started wide awake.

Aurelius followed on his often-proved Andalusian, and Magus came last.

The root has been p. 41erroneously derived from Μιyος, Magus, magicians or supernatural beings, as they were almost held to be.

"Not to me," Magus answered promptly, and his eyes grew dull.

Cousin PonsHonore de Balzac

Another print—a companion to the foregoing—represents the still more complete discomfiture of the magus.

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