Definition of 'sorcerer'
Example sentences containing 'sorcerer'
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I could not have him killed as a sorcerer, just because he disgusts me. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2002)I made a jest about the wretched bird, teasing Carra, like, and saying it was a sorcerer, most like. A TIME OF WAR (2002)She was also a dweomermaster of great power, though no human or elven sorcerer could ever match Evandar's skill. A TIME OF WAR (2002)
Many said that the present Morjin was only a sorcerer or usurper who had taken on the most terrible name in history. THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART ONE OF THE EA CYCLE (2002)
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Translations for 'sorcerer'
British English: sorcerer /ˈsɔːsərə/ NOUN
In fairy stories, a sorcerer is a person who performs magic by using the power of evil spirits.
- American English: sorcerer
- Arabic: مُشْعُوِذ
- Brazilian Portuguese: feiticeiro
- Chinese: 男巫士
- Croatian: čarobnjak
- Czech: černokněžník
- Danish: troldmand
- Dutch: tovenaar
- European Spanish: hechicero
- Finnish: velho
- French: sorcier
- German: Hexenmeister
- Greek: μάγος
- Italian: stregone
- Japanese: 魔法使い
- Korean: 마법사
- Norwegian: trollmann
- Polish: czarnoksiężnik
- European Portuguese: feiticeiro
- Romanian: vrăjitor
- Russian: волшебник
- Spanish: hechicero
- Swedish: trollkarl
- Thai: พ่อมด
- Turkish: büyücü
- Ukrainian: чарівник
- Vietnamese: phù thủy
Definition of sorcerer from the Collins English Dictionary
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