Definition of Adjuror

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of adjurer) ¹



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Definition of Adjuror

1. adjurer [n -S] - See also: adjurer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Adjuror

adjunctively
adjunctiveness
adjunctives
adjunctivity
adjunctly
adjuncts
adjuration
adjurations
adjuratory
adjure
adjured
adjurer
adjurers
adjures
adjuring
adjuror (current term)
adjurors
adjust
adjustabilities
adjustability
adjustable
adjustable articulator
adjustable spanner
adjustable spanners
adjustable wrench
adjustage
adjustages
adjusted
adjuster
adjusters

Literary usage of Adjuror

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ancient Laws and Institutes of England Comprising Laws Enacted Under the by England, Great Britain Record Commission (1840)
"Lector is the reader who reads in church. Exorcista is an adjuror, who reads over men diseased in mind, and the infirm. ..."

2. Leila: Or, The Siege of Granada. Pausanias the Spartan by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1892)
"As he spoke, the adjuror himself rose, lifting his right hand on high, while his left touched the shoulder of the maiden. But she, after gazing a moment in ..."

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