Conjuror \Con*ju"ror\, n. (Law) One bound by a common oath with others. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • conjuror — is the recommended spelling, not conjurer …   Modern English usage

  • conjuror — (also conjurer) ► NOUN ▪ a performer of conjuring tricks …   English terms dictionary

  • conjuror — conjurer UK [ˈkʌndʒərə(r)] / US [ˈkʌndʒərər] or conjuror UK / US noun [countable] Word forms conjurer : singular conjurer plural conjurers someone who performs magic tricks as entertainment, especially tricks using quick hand movements. This is… …   English dictionary

  • conjuror — n. (also conjurer) a performer of conjuring tricks. Etymology: conjure + er(1) & AF conjurour (OF eor) f. med.L conjurator (as conjure) * * * conjuror another form of conjurer, q.v …   Useful english dictionary

  • conjuror — noun see conjurer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conjuror — con·jur·or (kŏnʹjər ər, kŭnʹ ) n. Variant of conjurer. * * * …   Universalium

  • conjuror — [[t]kʌ̱nʤərə(r), AM kɑ͟ːn [/t]] see conjurer …   English dictionary

  • conjuror — n. illusionist, magician; sorcerer, wizard …   English contemporary dictionary

  • conjuror — (also conjurer) noun a performer of conjuring tricks …   English new terms dictionary

  • conjuror — especially BrE noun (C) someone who entertains people by performing clever tricks in which things appear, disappear, or change as if by magic …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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