Pronunciation of Magic
/mˈad͡ʒɪk/, /mˈadʒɪk/, /m_ˈa_dʒ_ɪ_k/
Antonyms for magic:
Synonyms for magic:
Other synonyms and related words:
phantasy, exorcism, head game, evil eye, witching, black magic, John, appeal, Sortilege, uncanny, conjuring, dissimulation, Thaumaturgical, conjuring trick, charisma, prank, supernatural, deception, hocus-pocus, fantasy, Thaumaturgic, fancy, hidden, joke, fascination, mystery, enchanted, lantern, deceit, caper, incantation, magnetism, magic trick, wizard, charm, magical, conjuration, antic, allure, trick, enchantment, prestidigitation, animal magnetism, duende, Thaumaturgy, lucky, misrepresentation, bewitched, Theurgical, legerdemain, captivation, attractiveness, charmed, conjury, whammy, theurgy, dissembling, sleight of hand, weird, charming, illusion, fey, semblance, talismanic, numinous, wizardly, Theurgic, fast one, delusion, glamour, mysterious, sorcerous, necromancy, witchery, seductiveness, invocation, mystic, occult.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
witchery, Sortilege, theurgy.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
prestidigitation, sleight of hand.
Sense 5 (noun)
black magic (noun)
satanism, witchery, diabolism.
sleight of hand (noun)
supernatural power; appearance (noun)
diabolism, exorcism, Occultism, necromancy, augury, conjury, witchcraft, incantation, conjuring, magnetism, horoscopy, Thaumaturgy, devilry, fascination, prestidigitation, legerdemain, enchantment, Sortilege, sorcery, astrology, sleight of hand, wizardry, illusion.
Usage examples for magic:
- Afterwards again and again I saw it in my sleep and learned to know that you were mine, for the magic of my heart taught me this. - "Ayesha The Further History of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed", H. Rider Haggard.
- So the glass- blower came, poured the magic drop into a little water, gave it to the patient, and the next minute Miss Mydas was as well as she had ever been in her life. - "American Fairy Tales", L. Frank Baum.
- I can easily do so by means of my magic. - "American Fairy Tales", L. Frank Baum.