sorcerous

adjective
sor·​cer·​ous | \ˈsȯr-sə-rəs, ˈsȯrs-rəs\

Definition of sorcerous 

: of or relating to sorcery : magical

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What's left on the plate when the solids are consumed and the remaining sauce and juices are one inspires a sorcerous and formidable compulsion that the rolls will help resolve. Mike Sula, Chicago Reader, "The Boka group strikes again with Bellemore," 18 Jan. 2018 Amethyst is a teenage girl in our world, but a princess of Gemworld with sorcerous powers in another. Corrina Lawson, WIRED, "GeekMom Exclusive! Sword of Sorcery #4 Featuring Amethyst and Constantine!," 20 Jan. 2013

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First Known Use of sorcerous

1546, in the meaning defined above

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