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noun as in person who is highly skilled

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Back in December, and just in time for Hanukkah, J.K. Rowling revealed via Twitter that there were Jewish wizards at Hogwarts.

At what point was the Speaker planning on ripping the microphone out of the hands of these political wizards?

Ghosts, wizards, missing bodies, and legendary dogs—what more could one cemetery ask for?

Gatsby has become an event, something normally reserved for adaptations of books featuring wizards and vampires.

He played this last season for the Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics.

They disappeared into a world of wizards, werewolves, and magic spells.

See how from far upon the eastern road The star-led wizards haste with odors sweet!

Wizards were famous fortune tellers; they pretended to be the interpreters of all the most important occurrences of the world.

With the intention of discovering the cause of this mystery, the king sent for his wizards and bards.

If the single gesture had been a wizards charm, it could hardly have taken effect more quickly.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wizards, such as: warlock, diviner, seer, astrologer, enchanter, and magus.

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