Definition of mage
Examples of mage in a Sentence
an ancient tale of a mage who made lush gardens grow in the desert
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The film opens with a pile of exposition and a gargantuan battle between mages and men.
The revised mythology begins with a war between men and mages, magical beings who arrive behind an army led by gigantic elephants.
There's no Merlin, but our main man does have a mysterious female mage (Astrid Bergès-Frisbey) who helps him learn the amazing abilities imparted by Excalibur.
Many of the mages evoke an alternative world, evidence of unimaginable strength and spirit in the face death and torture.
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Origin and Etymology of mage
Middle English, from Latin magus
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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