wizard : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
- n one who practices magic or sorcery
- s possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers
- Wizard rockers dress like Hogwarts students.
- Harry Is an Old Soul The author on her work A Good Scare The wizard of Harry Potter explains what kids need to know of the dark side Continuing the Magic On the eve of the .
- Some wizard rock bands DO write the occasional filk song, but by and large, the genres are separate.
- Jerry Brown in Los Angeles Business Journal
For decades, Stanley Chais posed as an investment wizard, but in truth, he was nothing more than a Madoff middleman, channeling hundreds of millions of dollars in investor funds to his friend's Ponzi scheme,said Brown in a statement.
- Michael Vaughan in AFP
However, a cautious Vaughan added: "I think we are building him up a bit too much, I think it's a bit unfair on him. He's had 18 months out of the game, he's come back for Lancashire and done reasonably well. He's not a wizard, he's not going to...
- Mike Mussina in SI.com
These are pretty good,Mussina said. "You take these, go walk around Broadway and people would ask, 'Where's the Wizard of Oz playing?"