Definition of wizardly
1 : having characteristics of a wizard
2 : marvelous in construction or operation uses wizardly circuitry to distort images — Time
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But Hermione is the real role model—a thinker and a doer, someone who derives most of her wizardly power not by genetic inheritance but rather by endless study and practice.
Enter a magician (Astrid Berges-Frisbey) who has been sent by her wizardly kinfolk to help Arthur recognize his heritage and abet his ascension to the throne.
The aura of wizardly ingenuity that surrounds the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency—better known by its acronym, Darpa—tends to shroud the actual work that goes on behind its curtains.
But the most audacious display of assuredness came from Baez, the energetic and versatile Chicago Cubs infielder known for his wizardly glove work.
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