Synonyms for Wizardry:


mastery, skill, gift, conjuration, competence, aptitude, experience, supernatural, ability, proficiency, talent, prowess, theurgy, witchery, Thaumaturgy, witching, Sortilege. curse, black magic, extrasensory perception, abracadabra, halloween, enchanted, the black arts, ESP, alchemy. marvel, inspiration, miracle, model, classic, the sublime, phenomenon, dream, thoroughbred, masterpiece. alchemy (noun)
sorcery, black magic, witchcraft, Thaumaturgy, magic.
black magic (noun)
diabolism, witchery, satanism.
cognition (noun)
incantation (noun)
conjuration, abracadabra.
magic (noun)
augury, astrology, horoscopy, devilry, Occultism, alchemy, Sortilege.
mastery (noun)
proficiency, ability, prowess, skill, genius.
necromancy (noun)
sorcery (noun)
fortune telling, magic, astrology, Occultism, clairvoyance, augury, palmistry, satanism, sorcery, diabolism, Divining, demonism, devilry, necromancing, witchcraft, horoscopy.
thaumaturgy (noun)
wizardry (noun)

Other synonyms:

theurgy, Sortilege, witchery. Thaumaturgy, conjuration. witching. Other relevant words:
gift, proficiency, ability, classic, mastery, alchemy, marvel, aptitude, ESP, phenomenon, black magic, Thaumaturgy, supernatural, masterpiece, witchery, miracle, dream, model, experience, Sortilege, enchanted, abracadabra, competence, witching, conjuration, prowess, genius, thoroughbred, skill, curse, halloween, theurgy, talent, inspiration.

Usage examples for wizardry

  1. For a fourth time, in 1892, he attempted to get the nomination, but his name had lost its wizardry and he was defeated by Benjamin Harrison. – American Men of Action by Burton E. Stevenson
  2. Not all the glory that was Greece or the grandeur that was Rome could weave such wizardry as those funny, tearful tales of the Story Club. – Anne Of The Island by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  3. And chiefly, when Birdalone asked if any other folk had come into the isle while they dwelt there, she said yea; once had come a knight with a lady, his love, fleeing from war and mishap, and these had the witch overcome by wizardry and destroyed them miserably: and that again another had strayed thither, and him also the witch undid, because he would not do her will and lie in her bed. – The Water of the Wondrous Isles by William Morris