Antonyms for wizards

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And the wizards was untied and fed up and given the best house in town to live in.

He remembered, as he stumbled and fell forward, that the Japanese were wizards with their hands.

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

The wizards evidently felt that a bad quarter of an hour was coming.

Pharaoh has been smitten by some foul spell of the Prince Abi, or of his wizards.

Are you forgetting that his family has always been well known for its wizards and witches?

The imprisoned witches and wizards were reprieved and set free.

The king left his daughter, and, deeply concerned, sought his wizards.

All round the coast the witches and wizards were busy manufacturing their spells.

They had magical spells, and sorceresses, and wizards—and we have only our poor selves.