1. [syn: sorcerer, magician, wizard, necromancer, thaumaturge, thaumaturgist]
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Sorcerer \Sor"cer*er\, n. [Cf. F. sorcier. See Sorcery.]
A conjurer; an enchanter; a magician. --Bacon.
Pharaoh also called the wise men and the sorcerers.
--Ex. vii. 11.
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):
n 1: one who practices magic or sorcery [syn: sorcerer,
magician, wizard, necromancer, thaumaturge,
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:
64 Moby Thesaurus words for "sorcerer":
Comus, Faust, Prospero, Satan worshiper, Satanist, airiness,
appearance, charmer, chthonian, conjurer, delusiveness,
demon worshiper, demoniast, demonist, demonolater, demonologer,
demonologist, demonomist, devil worshiper, diabolist, diviner,
dowser, enchanter, enchantress, fallaciousness, false appearance,
false light, false show, falseness, idealization, illusionism,
illusionist, illusiveness, immateriality, mage, magic, magic act,
magic show, magician, magus, medicine man, miracle-worker,
necromancer, prestidigitation, seeming, semblance, shaman, show,
simulacrum, sleight of hand, sorceress, sorcery,
specious appearance, thaumaturge, thaumaturgist, theurgist,
unactuality, unreality, unsubstantiality, voodooist, warlock,
water witch, witch, wizard
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018):
A simple tree parser generator by Terence Parr
SORCERER is suitable for translation problems lying between
those solved by code generator generators and by full
source-to-source translator generators. SORCERER generates
simple, flexible, top-down, tree parsers that, in contrast
to code generators, may execute actions at any point during a
tree walk. SORCERER accepts extended BNF notation, allows
predicates to direct the tree walk with semantic and
syntactic context information, and does not rely on any
particular intermediate form, parser generator, or other
SORCERER is included in the Purdue Compiler-Construction Tool
E-mail: ("e-mail sor.tar.Z.uu" in subject).
Mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org (message
body: "subscribe pccts-users YOUR-NAME", where YOUR-NAME can
be your name or e-mail address).
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary:
from the Latin sortiarius, one who casts lots, or one who tells
the lot of others. (See DIVINATION.)
In Dan. 2:2 it is the rendering of the Hebrew mekhashphim,
i.e., mutterers, men who professed to have power with evil
spirits. The practice of sorcery exposed to severest punishment
(Mal. 3:5; Rev. 21:8; 22:15).