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Thaumaturgy, thaw′ma-tur-ji, n. the art of working wonders or miracles.
Won′der-work, a prodigy, miracle: thaumaturgy; Won′der-work′er; Won′der-work′ing.
It was the final triumph of Professor Vanlief's thaumaturgy.
THE IMITATORPERCIVAL POLLARD
Leam's imagination could not compass the thaumaturgy tried to be inculcated.
The feats of a vulgar thaumaturgy, designed to make the ignorant stare, may well be dispensed with.
It is probable that, in addition to oral legend, there was another and more literary source of modern thaumaturgy.
The new marvels were certainly not stimulated by literary knowledge of the ancient thaumaturgy.
Up went my startled eyes as if at some trick of thaumaturgy, some imposition on my credulity.
A CASE IN CAMERAOLIVER ONIONS
We are no longer required to tremble before thaumaturgy and conjuring and occultism.
AT LARGEARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON
Arnobius and the fathers of the fourth century generally believed in the Apollonian thaumaturgy and attributed it to magic.
DEMONOLOGY AND DEVIL-LOREMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY

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