wizardly

[wiz-erd-lee]
adjective
of, like, or befitting a wizard.

Origin:
1580–90; wizard + -ly

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wizard (ˈwɪzəd)
 
n
1.  a male witch or a man who practises or professes to practise magic or sorcery
2.  a person who is outstandingly clever in some specified field; expert
3.  obsolete a wise man
4.  computing a computer program that guides a user through a complex task
 
adj
5.  informal chiefly (Brit) superb; outstanding
6.  of or relating to a wizard or wizardry
 
[C15: variant of wissard, from wise1 + -ard]
 
'wizardly
 
adj

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wizardly

adj. Pertaining to wizards. A wizardly feature is one that only a wizard could understand or use properly.
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wizardly definition


Pertaining to wizards. A wizardly feature is one that only a wizard could understand or use properly.
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Example sentences
From the audience's point of view, the process looks wizardly.
Of course, it helps that they are wizardly professionals.
Why this band's gut-level songs now require the ornamentation of a wizardly guitarist at all remains unclear.
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