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  • n. Plural form of thaumaturgist.

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  • And before that, before he'd even tried, he'd spent other years in studying that nameless science stemming from the thaumaturgists of Alphard XXII.

    Way Station

  • At first they'd come only when he'd called them up, using the knowledge and the techniques that he had acquired in his study of the work done by the thaumaturgists of Alphard XXII.

    Way Station

  • The Sufis are the saints of Mohammedanism, they are those who aspire after the union of the individual "I" with the cosmic "I," of man with God; they are frequently endowed with wonderful powers, and their chiefs have almost always been thaumaturgists.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • The Alexandrian thaumaturgists, the Byzantine historians, the scholastic dialecticians, the serial novelists, and the daily dissertationists, strung together, would make a glittering chain of monomaniacs.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864

  • These were the enchanters, Manuel was told, who made images, to which they now and then contrived -- nobody seemed to know quite how, and least of all did the thaumaturgists themselves, -- to impart life.

    Figures of Earth

  • "It is," explains Freydis, after the thaumaturgists have finished, "an experimental incantation in that it is a bit of unfinished magic for which the proper words have not yet been found: but between now and a while they will be stumbled on, and then this rune will live perpetually."

    Gallantry Dizain des Fetes Galantes

  • The professor declares that these thaumaturgists have acquired such skill in the art which he learned at their feet that they perform their miracles by simply throwing the "spectators" into a state of hypnosis and telling them what to see and hear.

    Can Such Things Be

  • The professor declares that these thaumaturgists have acquired such skill in the art which he learned at their feet that they perform their miracles by simply throwing the

    Can Such Things Be?

  • "And," interrupted Septah, "our thaumaturgists understand things very differently from those of the house of Anion, who feast while we practise."

    Uarda : a Romance of Ancient Egypt — Volume 05

  • After this cruel punishment the mutilated beauty sank into a state of melancholy madness, and although the exorcists of the Church and other thaumaturgists had vainly endeavored to expel the demon of madness, she remained as before: a gentle, good-humored creature, quiet and diligent at her work, under the women who had charge of her, and now in the common work-shop.

    The Bride of the Nile — Volume 02

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