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- adj. Resembling a wizard or some aspect of one.
Richard thought it made him look very wizardlike when he did that.
But the wizardlike Edison has shown that the influences direct and indirect of that June day of 1752 may have yet only begun.
Steve Jobs, wizardlike figure of awe and marvel, and his magical iPad: What do they mean for publishing?
The Mahopon is a pretty weak unit defensively, but if you can keep it alive, it offers wizardlike powers such as superattacks and healing.
The royal fruits of the Tang dynasty were only grafted by the wizardlike hunchbacked gardener of Ch’Ang-An.
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