wizardcraft

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

wizard +‎ -craft

Noun[edit]

wizardcraft ‎(uncountable)

  1. (rare) witchcraft, carried out by a wizard
    • 1854, Benjamin G. Ferris, Utah and the Mormons (page 276)
      translating the newly-discovered book by the popular wizardcraft of looking through peep-stones
    • Daniel Henry Deniehy
      But, reader, I claim responsible government in the Colonies as endowed with witchcraft or wizardcraft on this particular ground.