- theurgy (n.)
- 1560s, "white magic," from Latin theurgia, from Greek theourgia "sorcery," from theos (genitive theou) "a god" (see theo-) + -ergos "working" (see organ). From 1858 as "the working of divine forces in human affairs." Related: Theurgical.
- 1. Yun Tianhe: What theurgy? I don't know about it!
- 云天河: 什么仙术? 我不会 啊 !
- 2. Han Lingsha: Hey! Keep calm and listen to me. Let's confront him by theurgy together!
- 韩菱纱: 喂, 你静下心来听我念咒,我们一起用仙术对付他!
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