Eventually, the Avengers team up with Thanos to do battle with the Magus.
Although Fowles had already drafted his more famous novel The Magus, he delayed its publication until he finished The Collector.
Changed as was Juniper, the Magus was yet more whimsically metamorphosed.
Broichan, the Magus, had in his possession a female slave from Ireland.
Magus at this time was seventy-five years old, and there was no reason why he should not live to a hundred.
Six came off, and four got their sentence to die at Magus muir.
Another print—a companion to the foregoing—represents the still more complete discomfiture of the Magus.
Mago, which, like Magus, implies more dignity than magician or sorcerer.
The root has been p. 41erroneously derived from Μιyος, Magus, magicians or supernatural beings, as they were almost held to be.
Magus was out, and Pierre could obtain no information on this phenomenon.
c.1200, "skilled magicians, astrologers," from Latin magi, plural of magus "magician, learned magician," from Greek magos, a word used for the Persian learned and priestly class as portrayed in the Bible (said by ancient historians to have been originally the name of a Median tribe), from Old Persian magush "magician" (see magic). Related: Magian.