Examples of sorcerer in a Sentence
a sorcerer who used his power for evil ends
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What really separates two million Muslims on the Hajj to Mecca every year from a spiritual cleanse by a sorcerer in Mexico, or a moment of clarity inspired by being caught in the rain, alone, on a beach in Indonesia?
But where those books invent hidden spaces for their sorcerers, Killjoy’s world pushes magic to the edges of society, seen and used only by tiny communities living as far to the edge of mainstream society as possible.
To round out the cast, Jessica Miller and Mary Ann Schaefer will take turns playing the princess, and Paul Vitali will play the sorcerer Kastchei.
The other ace in the hole here is the cocktail program by Bachman, a sorcerer with rare and obscure ingredients.
At the opening of Act II, set in the bewitched castle of the sorcerer Klingsor, Mr. Nézet-Séguin tore into the heaving music with searing fervor.
Fans of a certain bespectacled kid sorcerer might find familiar a few elements in the 1971 children's book, including a school for young wizards.
As night fell, so did inhibitions at the Gashouder arena for Awakenings' inaugural showcase helmed by driving techno sorcerer Len Faki, who was supported throughout the night by the likes of Robert Hood, KiNK, Lady Starlight and Jeff Mills.
Prince Siegfried falls in love with her, but the sorcerer enchants his daughter Odile to look like Odette and then tricks the prince into betraying his love.
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SORCERER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sorcerer for English Language Learners
: a person who practices sorcery : a wizard or warlock
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