wizardry

[wiz-er-dree]
noun
the art, skill, or accomplishments of a wizard.

Origin:
1575–85; wizard + -ry

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wizardry (ˈwɪzədrɪ)
 
n
the art, skills, and practices of a wizard, sorcerer, or magician

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Example sentences
Belcher's wizardry has attracted attention from the highest levels of
  government.
The amazing thing here, though, is the mechanical wizardry going on inside.
Space wizardry has made possible unprecedented accuracy.
Instead, they thought that financial wizardry had engineered all the danger out
  of the system.
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