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Synonyms Dictionary

ate; exorcist, witch doctor, medicine man, shaman; theurgist, miracle-worker, wonder-worker, thaumaturge, thaumaturgist, fairy godmother; charmer, in-cantator, evocator, enchanter, enchantress, Circe, be-witcher, mesmerist, hypnotist; medium, telepathist, mind reader, psychic, psychic medium, clairvoyant, dowser; fortuneteller, soothsayer, diviner, prophet, prophetess, seer, seeress, astrologer.
2. conjurer, illusionist, sleight-of-hand artist, leger-demainist; juggler, trickster, archimage,
Archaic. mage, Houdini, escape artist; snake charmer.

magisterial, adj. 1. authoritative, Rare, magistral, important, consequential, significant, of great weight or importance, weighty, momentous.
2. imperious, high and mighty, lordly, domineering, overbearing, overweening; high-handed, arbitrary, presumptuous, cocky, overconfident; arrogant, haughty, insolent, contemptuous, disdainful, supercilious; proud, lofty, condescending, patronizing,
Inf. uppity, Inf. uppish, snobbish, snobby, Inf. snotty, Inf snooty; assertive, self-assertive, forward, aggressive, pushing, Inf pushy; self-willed, willful, forceful, imperative, commanding, masterful, authoritative, authoritarian, Inf. bossy; peremptory, dictatorial, despotic, autocratic, tyrannical, ironhanded; heavyhanded, oppressive, harsh, hard, tough, strict.
3. formal, grave, serious, dignified, stately.

magistrate, n. 1. civil magistrate, syndic; chief magistrate, mayor, governor, prefect, consul, doge, burgomaster, Ger. Biirgermeister, corregidor, (in England) bencher, atchon, ephor; municipal officer, (in Britain) bailiff, (both in Scotland) bailie, provost, (in England) alderman, (in Spain and Southwestern U.S.) alcalde.
2. judicial official, constable, justice of the peace,
Inf. J.P., circuit judge, Inf circuit rider, judge of probate, police court judge; judge, justice, Chiefly Brit.

SI. beak, U.S. surrogate, Inf. his honor, Islam. mullah, cadi.

magnanimity, n. 1. magnanimousness, bigheartedness, large-heartedness, great-heartedness, bigness, largeness; tolerance, toleration, liberalness, open-heartedness; leniency, lenience, condonation, forbearance, long-suffering, easiness, permissiveness; unspitefulness, forgivingness, forgiveness, patience, kindness, benevolence.
2. high-mindedness, noble-mindedness, nobleness, nobility of mind, loftiness of spirit, greatness of heart
or soul; princeliness, chivalry, chivalrousness.
3. unselfishness, selflessness, self-sacrifice, sacrifice, disinterest, impartiality, fairness, justness; charitableness, charity, altruism, generosity, generousness; munificence, largess, bounty, bountifulness, bounteousness, open-heartedness, free-heartedness.

magnanimous, adj. 1. forgiving, merciful, big, unspiteful, unresentful, unrevengeful; liberal, broadminded, unbigoted, unbiased, big-hearted, large-hearted, great-hearted; tolerant, indulgent, lenient, patient, forbearing, long-suffering; impartial, fair, just, disinterested.
2. charitable, kind, kindly, benign, benignant, benevolent, humanitarian; brotherly, fraternal, human, humane,
Inf. Christian; generous, generous to a fault, altruistic, philanthropic; unselfish, unsparing of self, giving, self-sacrificing, ungrudging, unstinting.
3. high-minded, noble-minded, noble, great of heart
or spirit, idealistic; lordly, princely, dignified, august, stately; elevated, lofty, sublime, exalted; magnificent, majestic, grand.

magnate, n. 1. tycoon, big businessman, businessman, enterpriser, financier, entrepreneur; industrialist, captain of industry, baron, Inf robber baron, Inf.

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