Examples of sorcery in a Sentence
in olden times people suspected of sorcery were often put to death
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Playoff contenders like Brad Stevens’s Celtics, Mike D’Antoni’s Rockets or Dwane Casey’s Raptors are flush with talent granting unparalleled flexibility to execute sorcery-level moderations of the pick-and-roll or dribble-handoffs.
What kind of sorcery is going on in that halftime locker room?
Incidentally, this sorcery may also ordinarily prevent the undead from crossing the Wall, Tarly says in the book.
Will Sean McVay's offensive sorcery translate in the playoffs?
As if from a cosmic grab-bag, Hudson pulls out sword-and-sorcery and sci-fi standards, including wormholes, a prophecy and a mad scientist (Dr. Terrible, Gork’s grandfather) who’s created a mind-swapping machine.
With her first novel, author Paula Brackston conjures up a riveting tale of sorcery and time travel.
Adding a soupçon of sorcery to the genre’s typical vengeance saga, Manji’s immortality effectively embellishes the slice-and-dice dust-ups that propel the plot and punctuate Tetsuya Oishi’s screenplay.
Reigning MVP Russell Westbrook performed his usual sorcery, commanding the Thunder offense with 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in just 26 1/2 minutes of action.
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SORCERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sorcery for English Language Learners
: the use of magical powers that are obtained through evil spirits
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