from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A person considered exceptionally gifted or skilled.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a person who is exceptionally gifted or skilled in a particular area
- n. A wizard; an administrator of a multi-user dungeon.
- n. the act of urinating
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
Another laws-of-magic example might be Rick Cook's stories about a computer "wiz" who discovers that those skills directly translate into magical abilities in another world.
Apple director Shoemaker developed 'fart,' 'wiz' apps for iPhone
Why spend so much time and money adding every kind of wiz-bang feature you can imaging but not bother doing something that has got to be needed by every developer on most every project?
Goods and stock up on gear with Wiz on it (which is totally different than stocking up on gear from Dollar General, which has a different kind of wiz on it) confident in the notion that one of your favorite UK players will be in DC next season.
I think the cops demonstrated remarkable patience here, until finally this "wiz" put his hands on them one too many times (and they were still rather patient).
Oh Gee wiz i guess I will simply have to forget that interview. i will just do my own at home i have a brick I can put into a chair and it will be just as informative as Palin!
March 24th, 2010 at 6: 52 pm katy says: thanks wiz … i understood the strategy, just not the pick … ick.
Maybe if you came here and said, yeah retired life is not all it cracked up to be until I realized that my teaching abilities really went far by giving free course to seniors on how to manager their money, since i am such a wiz at corraling my expenditures to live on my $250,000.
You might be an intellectual wiz at redstate but we know how to spell and read here.
Finally wiz said something that makes sense @ comment 37..