wizardry


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wiz·ard·ry

 (wĭz′ər-drē)
n. pl. wiz·ard·ries
1. The art, skill, or practice of a wizard; sorcery.
2.
a. A power or effect that appears magical by its capacity to transform: computer wizardry.
b. Great ability or adroitness in a pursuit: a pianist gifted with technical wizardry.

wizardry

(ˈwɪzədrɪ)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) the art, skills, and practices of a wizard, sorcerer, or magician

wiz•ard•ry

(ˈwɪz ər dri)

n.
the art, skill, or accomplishments of a wizard.
[1575–85]

wizardry

the art or practice of a wizard; sorcery; magic. — wizard, n., adj.
See also: Magic
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wizardry - exceptional creative ability
creative thinking, creativeness, creativity - the ability to create

wizardry

noun
1. expertise, skill, know-how (informal), craft, mastery, cleverness, expertness a piece of technical wizardry
2. magic, witching, witchcraft, voodoo, enchantment, occultism, sorcery, the black art, witchery, necromancy, conjuration, sortilege Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

wizardry

noun
The use of supernatural powers to influence or predict events:
Translations
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boszorkányságvarázslás

wizardry

[ˈwɪzədrɪ] N
1. (= sorcery) → hechicería f, brujería f
2. (= skill) his financial wizardrysu genio financiero
a piece of technical wizardryuna maravilla de la técnica

wizardry

n (= magic)Hexerei f, → Zauberei f; (= great skill)Zauberkünste pl; his wizardry with the ballseine Zauberkunststücke plmit dem Ball

wizardry

[ˈwɪzədrɪ] nmagia
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Lovers' Lane was a veritable path in a fairyland that night -- a shimmering, mysterious place, full of wizardry in the white-woven enchantment of moonlight.
To us, over the golden grasses, came the Story Girl, carrying in her hand a single large poppy, like a blood-red chalice filled with the wine of August wizardry.
Fast and furious was the fighting as the nobles of Salensus Oll sprang, time and again, up the steps before the throne only to fall back before a sword hand that seemed to have gained a new wizardry from its experience with the cunning Solan.
Edison, who was at that time fairly started in his career of wizardry, had made an instrument of marvellous alertness.
Leonard Quinton was a romancer, and was writing an Oriental romance about wizardry and hypnotism.
The unexpected had swept its wizardry over the face of things, changing the perspective, juggling values, and shuffling the real and the unreal into perplexing confusion.
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THE LEGO Movie is a rollicking adventure, which cleverly employs the latest technical wizardry to mimic the crude, imperfect movements of stop-motion animation.
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Green Wizardry provides a fine survey of sustainable living techniques for any interested in modern ecology and skills gleaned from tech and organic gardening roots alike.