Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of necromancer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And we must continue to fight until the death spread by the necromancers is vanquished by our hope.

    Sairahiniel's Sermon

  • And we must continue to fight until the death spread by the necromancers is vanquished by our hope.

    Omen 9

  • Her mother had then called necromancers and devil charmers; lucky and unlucky days were explored; strange rites were conducted before her terrified eyes screwed into the determination to show no alarm.

    Java Head

  • The agents through whom the lower Elohim are consulted are called necromancers, wizards, and diviners, and are looked down upon by the prophets and priests of the higher Elohim; but the "seer" [7] connects the two, and they are all alike in their essential characters of media.

    Evolution of Theology: an Anthropological Study

  • Hence the Septuagint renders the Hebrew for "necromancers" here

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • But they're not your regular witches whatever that means, but actual necromancers, who have the power to control the dead.

    VIDEO: Will Witches Rule the Roost on the New Season of True Blood?

  • Gunners loaded cannons, fighters drew blunderbusses, and necromancers readied vials of enchanted acid.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Meanwhile, Bill's mole has told him that the witches are also necromancers they can control the dead, which is bad news for the no-longer-livings known as vampires.

    True Blood Episode Recap: "You Smell Like Dinner"

  • Gunners loaded cannons, fighters drew blunderbusses, and necromancers readied vials of enchanted acid.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Gunners loaded cannons, fighters drew blunderbusses, and necromancers readied vials of enchanted acid.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

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