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Noun: magic  ma-jik
  1. Any art that invokes supernatural powers
    - thaumaturgy
  2. An illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
    - magic trick, conjuring trick, trick, legerdemain, conjuration, thaumaturgy, illusion, deception
Adjective: magic  ma-jik
  1. Possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers
    "magic signs that protect against adverse influence";
    - charming, magical, sorcerous, witching, wizard, wizardly
  2. [Brit] (informal) brilliant; very good
    - storming [Brit], blinding [Brit], stonking [Brit], brill [Brit], wicked, cushty [Brit], ace, def, smokin', smoking, super, sick [N. Amer]
Verb: magic (magicked,magicking)  ma-jik
  1. To produce, move or change something as if by magic

Derived forms: magicked, magicking, magics

See also: amazeballs [non-standard, informal], awesome [informal], beaut [Austral, NZ], beezer [UK, archaic], excellent, fantabulous, first-class, splendid, supernatural, top-drawer

Type of: performance, supernaturalism

Encyclopedia: Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft