He called him variously “a conjuror,” “a magician,” and “a false prophet.”
I consider this little trick to be one of the most mystifying of the Indian conjuror.
Not he—he's no conjuror: many's the dozen tricks I played him afore now.
People forebode quite sufficient evil for themselves, and seek a conjuror for comfort, not for aggravation of their uneasiness.
He was the only conjuror, the real one, a worthy descendant of the magicians of old.
The tymbestere could thus learn the secrets of gentle and courtier, the conjuror those of the artisan and mechanic.
But still, Riccabocca was said to be a Papist, and suspected to be a conjuror.
At those words, the scene changed as if by the wand of a conjuror.
We will make them vanish,” broke in the minister, “like half-pence in the hands of a conjuror.
John Jenkin, a schoolmaster in Pembrokeshire, was a conjuror of renown in that part of Wales.