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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wizard.
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"I have a couple of different options prepared," says the soft-spoken, bearded 36-year-old, a two-time winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Sound Design who has wizarded up sound for Theater J, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and many other local groups.
Wally hopped into his time machine and wizarded his way into the future where he stole your granddaughter's sophomore year tuition money off her cot at the last community college she could afford.
This is the greatest bestowing of mystical powers since Harry Potter got wizarded.
The Smurfs get themselves wizarded by the evil Gargamel you remember him, yeah?
But part of the fun of being a Sonic fan - heck, all of the fun these days - is remembering the better days, when Shawn Kemp dunked, Gary Payton scowled, Tom Chambers gunned, and Gus Williams wizarded.
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