a great magician.
Historical Examples

Fear not for me, nor think that this our age, Blind though it be, hath yet no archimage.
The Bon Gaultier Ballads William Edmonstoune Aytoun

So runs the chronicle; and thus Mr. Burne-Jones, the ‘archimage of the esoteric unreal,’ treats the subject.
Miscellanies Oscar Wilde

a great magician or wizard


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