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They disappeared into a world of wizards, werewolves, and magic spells.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
See how from far upon the eastern road The star-led wizards haste with odors sweet!
THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Wizards were famous fortune tellers; they pretended to be the interpreters of all the most important occurrences of the world.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
With the intention of discovering the cause of this mystery, the king sent for his wizards and bards.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
If the single gesture had been a wizards charm, it could hardly have taken effect more quickly.
MARJORIE DEAN COLLEGE FRESHMANPAULINE LESTER
“The wizards have died hard, and we have had a right merry fight,” said Sobuza, turning away.
THE LUCK OF GERARD RIDGELEYBERTRAM MITFORD
I've been told that country wizards carve images of their victims, and give them the names of those they'd bewitch.
THE ROAD TO DAMASCUSAUGUST STRINDBERG
Was their success so great and enviable that other casual knots of men or firms of wizards followed their example?
THE SECRET OF THE TOTEMANDREW LANG
His love of God he showed by seeking out wizards and witches with a greater zeal than was displayed by bishops and inquisitors.
THE LIFE OF JOAN OF ARC, VOL. 1 AND 2 (OF 2)ANATOLE FRANCE
Romances, silly stories, and the tales of ghosts and wizards, are more pleasing to vulgar minds than true histories.
GOOD SENSEPAUL HENRI THIRY, BARON D'HOLBACH

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