conjurer

noun con·jur·er \ ˈkän-jər-ər , ˈkən- \
variants: or conjuror
Updated on: 13 May 2018

Definition of conjurer

1 : one that practices magic arts : wizard
2 : one that performs feats of sleight of hand and illusion : magician, juggler

Examples of conjurer in a Sentence

  1. in the book the conjurer battles a barbarian swordsman

  2. a conjurer in Las Vegas who must make audiences believe in the impossible eight shows a week

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First Known Use of conjurer

14th century

in the meaning defined at sense 1

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Definition of conjurer for English Language Learners

  • : a person who performs magic tricks



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