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wiz

[wiz]
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noun
  1. wizard(def 3).
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Origin of wiz

First recorded in 1900–05; by shortening
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Related Words for wiz

genius, whiz, shark, star, ace, expert, artist, crackerjack, pro, authority, virtuoso, adept, professional, prodigy, wiz, proficient

Examples from the Web for wiz

Contemporary Examples of wiz

Historical Examples of wiz

  • I was jes' finkin' I was wiz her, and she was divin' me somefin' dood to eat.

  • He taught no more, I held him fast,And killed him wiz a rough.

  • "I'm going to cut th' deacon's head off wiz it," she replied blandly.

    Anderson Crow, Detective

    George Barr McCutcheon

  • She was not wiz you in your balloon when you came down at Dornhof.

    The War in the Air

    Herbert George Wells

  • And wiz ze strange ideas of your country, it makes you feel bad.

    The Bad Man

    Charles Hanson Towne


British Dictionary definitions for wiz

wiz

noun
  1. informal a variant spelling of whizz (def. 6)
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