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Definition of magic:

  1. A comprehensive name for all of the pretended arts which claim to produce effects by the assistance of supernatural beings, or departed spirits, or by a mastery of secret forces in nature attained by a study of occult science, including enchantment, conjuration, witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy, incantation, etc.
  2. Alt. of Magical
  3. possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; " charming incantations"; " magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; " a magical spell"; " 'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; " wizard wands"; " wizardly powers"

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charmed, conjury, disembodied, mystic, head game, trick, witching, character, otherworldly, sortilege, transcendental, cabalistic, glamor, miraculous, charm, fay, good looks, attractive, ghostly, diabolic, legerdemain, john, fantasy, deception, conjuration, charisma, entranced, sorcerous, delusion, supernatural, illusion, wizardly, conjuring, joke, be able to do something, phantasy, mystical, dissimulation, mysterious, dissembling, pleasing, thaumaturgical, thaumaturgy, magic trick, glitz, clairvoyant, allure, theurgical, whoremonger, mythical, spooky, abracadabra, thaumaturgic, evil eye, occult, mythic, pleasurable, have an eye for, theurgic, incantation, spellbound, thaumaturgic, whoremaster, prophetic, fantastical, the black arts, fey, Halloween, fast one, have a flair for something, spectral, witchery, fiendish, invocation, alchemy, caper, nice, enchanted, have/get something down to a fine art, semblance, lovely, antic, enchanting, numinous, performing arts, cryptic, bewitched, wonderful, curse, misrepresentation, haunted, tutelary, sleight of hand, fancy, restful, deceit, have a genius for (doing) something, enchantment, wizard, enjoyable, discarnate, psychic, Satanic, relaxing, theurgical, immaterial, ESP, weird, talismanic, put-on, conjuring trick, extrasensory perception, unusual, spell, pleasant, magnetism, prestidigitation, whammy, cheerful, be in practice, can do something in your sleep, charming, uncanny, cursed, appeal, theurgy, talismanic, eerie, malevolent, be a past master at doing something, lure, black magic, magical, prank, theurgic, imaginary, fascinating, be no slouch.

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