Definition of wonder-worker in English:

wonder-worker

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noun

A person who performs miracles or wonders.
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  • The wonder-workers of the 2003 Intermediate Championship endured their own ill-luck.
  • The million dollars sits awaiting assignment to any of those thousands upon thousands of wonder-workers out there who Roll so admires and believes in; it cannot be used for any other purpose.
  • But he also knew that as ‘Son of David,’ Jesus was more than just a wonder-worker.

Derivatives

wonder-working

adjective
wonder-working sages and Kabbalists
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  • Given enough time, with the wonder-working power of natural selection acting upon genetic mutations, even seemingly impossible things can happen.
  • We're not seeing the brilliance of Darwin and the immense wonder-working power of natural selection.
  • Union organizers in the past had sometimes put political lyrics to gospel music, as when Industrial Workers of the World organizer Joe Hill sang of the wonder-working might of the union (rather than of the blood of the lamb).

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