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- n. Plural form of thaumaturgy.
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Such are his thaumaturgies that he needs a great deal of sleep.
Suffice it to say that upon the least potent pages one may find Koth's Sign explained and His Essence delineated, the runic keys to the Pnakotic Manuscripts, spells for conjuring the Myriad Minions of Maggab, and numerous other terrible thaumaturgies whose purposes I will not even name.
The wizard Nyrass, a good man despite his various thaumaturgies and magical machinations, had openly warned Borak that the dangers attendant upon any attempted larceny of the wand would be great indeed.
And when King Orissa died, an army of twenty thousand warriors was entombed with him, a royal bodyguard for the afterlife, preserved so perfectly by intricate thaumaturgies that though they no longer lived, neither were they dead as ordinary men died.
Hair, spittle, nail parings, anything that came from the body could be used in thaumaturgies that bound the one from whom they came.
He inveigled more competent, less ambitious men into performing his thaumaturgies for him.
Nearby sat the chest containing the necessities of his thaumaturgies.