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Wizard vs. Wizzard

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Wizardnoun

A man who uses (or has skill with) magic, mystic items, and magical and mystical practices.

Wizzard

Wizzard were an English rock band formed by Roy Wood, former member of the Move and co-founder of the Electric Light Orchestra. The Guinness Book of 500 Number One Hits states, They are most famous for their 1973 Christmas single , which has been played during every Christmas season in the UK since its release.

‘Wizzard was Roy Wood just as much as Wings was Paul McCartney.’; ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday’;

Wizardnoun

One who is especially skilled or unusually talented in a particular field.

‘He was a financial wizard, capable of predicting the movements of the stock markets.’;

Wizardnoun

(computing) A computer program or script used to simplify complex operations, often for an inexperienced user, an assistant program.

‘Use the "Add Network Connection" wizard to connect to a network in a series of simple steps.’;

Wizardnoun

(Internet) One of the administrators of a multi-user dungeon.

Wizardnoun

(obsolete) A wiseman; a sage.

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Wizardnoun

(internet slang) An adult virgin over the age of 30

Wizardadjective

Fine, superb (originally RAF slang).

Wizardverb

(intransitive) To practice wizardry.

Wizardverb

(transitive) To conjure.

Wizardnoun

A wise man; a sage.

‘See how from far upon the eastern roadThe star-led wizards [Magi] haste with odors sweet!’;

Wizardnoun

One devoted to the black art; a magician; a conjurer; a sorcerer; an enchanter.

‘The wily wizard must be caught.’;

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Wizardadjective

Enchanting; charming.

Wizardadjective

Haunted by wizards.

‘Where Deva spreads her wizard stream.’;

Wizardnoun

someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

Wizardnoun

one who practices magic or sorcery

Wizardadjective

possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers;

‘charming incantations’; ‘magic signs that protect against adverse influence’; ‘a magical spell’; ‘'tis now the very witching time of night’; ‘wizard wands’; ‘wizardly powers’;

Wizardnoun

(in legends and fairy tales) a man who has magical powers.

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Wizardnoun

a person who is very skilled in a particular field or activity

‘a financial wizard’;

Wizardnoun

a help feature of a software package that automates complex tasks by asking the user a series of easy-to-answer questions.

Wizardadjective

wonderful; excellent

‘how absolutely wizard!’; ‘I've just had a wizard idea’;

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