Definition of sorcerer in English:

sorcerer

Syllabification: sor·cer·er
Pronunciation: /ˈsôrsərər
 
/

noun

A person who claims or is believed to have magic powers; a wizard.
More example sentences
  • Zombies are dead bodies with no souls, created by the black magic of voodoo sorcerers.
  • But how could he have, for he knew it was forbidden for a white wizard to make contact with a black sorcerer or sorcerers.
  • But Wagner's music casts a spell infinitely more seductive than those wielded by his motley collection of wizards and sorcerers.
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Origin

late Middle English: from sorser (from Old French sorcier, based on Latin sors, sort- 'lot') + -er1.

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