Definition of thaumaturgical in English:

thaumaturgical

adjective

  • See thaumaturge

    • ‘Most of my thaumaturgical spells are simple rituals, which involve an incantation and fire.’
    • ‘Hosts come to have a privileged social position as spirit mediums and often acquire therapeutic and other thaumaturgical powers.’
    • ‘Has anyone who regularly practices yoga (with the accompanying mantras and mudras) experienced any external thaumaturgical effects?’
    • ‘It would be curious to see if thaumaturgical effects could be detected within a scientific ontology like this.’
    • ‘This does not mean (and it would be foolish to think so) that Latin and Greek, as such, have intrinsic thaumaturgical qualities in the sphere of education.’

Pronunciation

thaumaturgical

/θɔːməˈtəːdʒɪk(ə)l/