One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who practises necromancy; a wizard or magician.‘Dr Faustus, a necromancer of the 16th century’
wizard, witch, magician, black magician, warlock, diviner, occultist, voodooist, sorceress, enchanter, enchantress, magus, medicine man, medicine woman, shaman, witch doctorsorcerer, sorceress, magician, black magician, wizard, warlock, witch, diviner, occultist, enchanter, enchantressView synonyms
- ‘Do you believe that the world of sorcerers, witches, and necromancers is going the way of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians?’
- ‘There have been rumors of sorcerers - necromancers… Beings that our priestesses can't possibly fight.’
- ‘It's not impossible that you'll run into a necromancer or a prophesier along the way, not anymore.’
- ‘However, he turned traitor 10 Great Wars ago, becoming a Demon Arch Mage, and a powerful necromancer.’
- ‘Your brother may know how to get rid of them for a time being, but only a necromancer can kill a necromancer.’
- ‘The man was a sorcerer and necromancer of divine power.’
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