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- n. Plural form of thaumaturgus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of thaumaturgus.
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But it is too long a business to reckon up the several sorts of those men which the Greeks called thaumaturgi, that is to say, workers of things wonderful; and yet these do all they do by their own single dexterity.
The attraction of the magnet for iron was utilized by the thaumaturgi before it was interpreted by the natural philosophers.
As oracles, priests, shamans, and _thaumaturgi_, children have had the respect and veneration of whole peoples, and they have often been the very mouth-piece of deity, standing within the very gates of heaven.
Yet these things the thaumaturgi did, and always to the excitement of the common people.
There were what we Romans called the _thaumaturgi_.
Yet these things the _thaumaturgi_ did, and always to the excitement of the common people.