Definition of Sorcerers

1. Noun. (plural of sorcerer) ¹



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Definition of Sorcerers

1. sorcerer [n] - See also: sorcerer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sorcerers

sorbites
sorbitic
sorbitol
sorbitol pathway
sorbitol permease
sorbitols
sorbitose
sorbopyranose
sorbopyranoses
sorbose
sorboses
sorbs
sorbuses
sorbyite
sorcerer
sorcerers (current term)
sorceress
sorceresses
sorceries
sorcering
sorcerings
sorcerise
sorcerised
sorcerises
sorcerising
sorcerize
sorcerized
sorcerizes
sorcerizing
sorceror

Literary usage of Sorcerers

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1. The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James George Frazer (1900)
"The parings are buried in the ground.6 Some people burn their loose hair to save it from falling into the power of sorcerers. ..."

2. Australian Byways: The Narrative of a Sentimental Traveler by Norman Duncan (1915)
"In the lower courts, there, which are regularly constituted British tribunals, having been arraigned upon the charge of exercising witchcraft, sorcerers are ..."

3. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"The sorcerers or ministers of this superstition, if not themselves chiefs, wen.- always in intimate and confidential relations with the chiefs or governing ..."

4. The Phantom World: Or, The Philosophy of Spirits, Apparitions, &c by Augustin Calmet (1850)
"ALL that has just been said is more fitted to prove, that the going of sorcerers and witches to the sabbath is only an illusion and a deranged imagination ..."

5. The Traditions of the Hopi by Henry R. Voth (1905)
"With this latter the maiden should be hurt, and after her death, which was expected as a matter of course, she was to be taken to the sorcerers' house, ..."

6. Early Narratives of the Northwest, 1634-1699 by Louise Phelps Kellogg (1917)
"At length, the sorcerers having declared that her soul had departed, and that they gave up hope, I went to see her on the morrow, and assured her that this ..."

7. Early Narratives of the Northwest, 1634-1699 by Louise Phelps Kellogg (1917)
"At length, the sorcerers having declared that her soul had departed, and that they gave up hope, I went to see her on the morrow, and assured her that this ..."

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