Definitions for sorceryˈsɔr sə ri
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
sor•cer•yˈsɔr sə ri(n.)(pl.)-cer•ies.
the practices of a person who is thought to have supernatural powers granted by evil spirits; black magic; witchery.
Origin of sorcery:
1250–1300; ME sorcerie < ML sorceria
sorcery, black magic, black art, necromancy(noun)
the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world
Magical power; the use of witchcraft or magic arts.
Origin: From sorcerie, ultimately derived from sors.
divination by the assistance, or supposed assistance, of evil spirits, or the power of commanding evil spirits; magic; necromancy; witchcraft; enchantment
The Roycroft Dictionary
The art of charming money out of the pockets of those who do not desire to part with it.
Sorcery! is a single-player four-part adventure gamebook series written by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Blanche. Originally published by Penguin Books between 1983 and 1985, the titles are part of the Fighting Fantasy canon, but were not numbered within the original 59-book series. Sorcery! was reissued by Wizard Books in 2003 and was released as an app for iOS and Android devices in 2014.
Translations for sorcery
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
the use of power gained from evil spirits.
- إسْتِعمال القُوَّة المُكْتَسَبَه من الأرواح الشِّرّيرَهArabic
- feitiçariaPortuguese (BR)
- die ZaubereiGerman
- vradžbine, čarolijeCroatian
- burtininkavimas, raganavimasLithuanian
- ilmu sihir`Malay
- kúzla, čarySlovak
- 巫術Chinese (Trad.)
- чаклунство, чариUkrainian
- phép phù thuỷVietnamese
- 巫术Chinese (Simp.)
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