Definition of Necromantic

1. Adjective. Relating to or associated with necromancy. "Mysterious necromantic rites"

Exact synonyms: Necromantical
Partainyms: Necromancy, Necromancy
Derivative terms: Necromancy, Necromancy, Necromancy



2. Adjective. Given to or produced by or used in the art of conjuring up the dead. "Necromantic powders and other weird objects"
Similar to: Supernatural
Derivative terms: Necromancy

Definition of Necromantic

1. n. Conjuration.

2. a. Of or pertaining to necromancy; performed by necromancy.

Definition of Necromantic

1. Adjective. Of or referring to necromancy: the resurrection of or communication with the dead, especially through the use of black magic. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Necromantic

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Necromantic

1. Conjuration. See: necromantical. (14 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Necromantic

necrologies
necrologist
necrologists
necrology
necrolysis
necrolytic migratory erythema
necromance
necromanced
necromancer
necromancers
necromances
necromancies
necromancing
necromancy
necromania
necromantic (current term)
necromantical
necromantically
necromantick
necromass
necromasses
necrometer
necronite
necronym
necronyms
necropanspermia
necroparasite
necropathy
necrophagan
necrophagans

Literary usage of Necromantic

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1. Parsifal: A Festival Music-drama by Richard Wagner, John P. Jackson (1892)
"Magic apparatus and necromantic appliances. KLINGSOR, sealed on the ramparts at one side, is looking into a metallic mirror.—He represents the spirit of ..."

2. History of the Venetian Republic: Her Rise, Her Greatness, and Her Civilization by William Carew Hazlitt (1860)
"... Language—Traces of the Feudal System—Venetian Serfs— Their necromantic Practices—Agriculture—Character of the Early Venetians—Medieval Venice—Historical ..."

3. The reader's handbook of allusions, references, plots and stories by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1882)
"Raven, emblem of Denmark, and standard of the Danes. necromantic powers are ascribed to it. Asser says, in his Lift of Alfred, If the Danes were ..."

4. Travelling Sketches on the Rhine, and in Belgium and Holland by Leitch Ritchie (1833)
"THE necromantic LAKE. IT is said that, in the country between Heidelberg and Darmstadt, there lay, in former times, a vast lake. ..."

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