thaumaturgic
adjective Date: 1680 1. performing miracles 2. of, relating to, or dependent on thaumaturgy

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  • thaumaturgic — hau ma*tur gic (th[add] m[.a]*t[^u]r j[i^]k), thaumaturgical hau ma*tur gic*al (th[add] m[.a]*t[^u]r j[i^]*kal), a. Of or pertaining to thaumaturgy; magical; wonderful. Burton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • thaumaturgic — adjective Of, or relating to, the working of magic or performance of miracles. Lastly, powerfullest of all, least recognized of all, a Noblesse of Literature; without steel on their thigh, without gold in their purse, but with the grand… …   Wiktionary

  • thaumaturgic — /thaw meuh terr jik/, adj. 1. pertaining to a thaumaturge or to thaumaturgy. 2. having the powers of a thaumaturge. Also, thaumaturgical. [1560 70; < NL thaumaturgicus, equiv. to thaumaturg(us) wonder worker ( < Gk thaumatourgós, equiv. to… …   Universalium

  • thaumaturgic — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Having, brought about by, or relating to supernatural powers or magic: fey, magic, magical, talismanic, thaumaturgical, theurgic, theurgical, witching, wizardly. See SUPERNATURAL …   English dictionary for students

  • thaumaturgic — thau·ma·tur·gic …   English syllables

  • thaumaturgic — /θɔməˈtɜdʒɪk/ (say thawmuh terjik) adjective 1. relating to a thaumaturge or to thaumaturgy. 2. having the powers of a thaumaturge. Also, thaumaturgical …   Australian English dictionary

  • thaumaturgic — …   Useful english dictionary

  • thaumaturgical — thaumaturgic hau ma*tur gic (th[add] m[.a]*t[^u]r j[i^]k), thaumaturgical hau ma*tur gic*al (th[add] m[.a]*t[^u]r j[i^]*kal), a. Of or pertaining to thaumaturgy; magical; wonderful. Burton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Patriarch Cyril V of Constantinople — Cyril V Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Church Church of Constantinople In Office 28 Sept 1748 – end May 1751 7 Sept 1752 – …   Wikipedia

  • magic — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. sorcery; witchery, glamour, spell; legerdemain. adj. magic[al], mystic[al], occult; enchanting. See deception. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Occult] Syn. enchanted, enchanting, fascinating, charmed,… …   English dictionary for students

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