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magic

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of magic

  1. 1 being or appearing to be under a magic spell a magic castle in which even the furniture comes to life Synonyms of magic bewitched, charmed, entranced, enchanted, magical, spellboundWords Related to magic cursed (also curst), jinxed, possessed; dreamy, fairy, fairylike; fantastic (also fantastical), miraculous, utopian, wondrous; hypnotized, mesmerized; bedazzled, captivated, fascinated

  2. 2 having seemingly supernatural qualities or powers truth seekers of all sorts seem to be attracted to this magic spot in the desert Synonyms of magic mystic, magical, numinous, occult, weirdWords Related to magic bewitched, enchanted, spellbound; bewitching, charming, conjuring, enchanting, wiling; amazing, astonishing, astounding, awesome, extraordinary, fabulous, marvelous (or marvellous), miraculous, portentous, stunning, stupendous, sublime, wondrous; divining, forecasting, foreknowing, foreseeing, foretelling, fortune-telling, predicting, presaging, prognosticating, prophesying, soothsaying; metaphysical, preternatural, unearthly; paranormal, supernormalNear Antonyms of magic commonplace, everyday, normal, ordinary, prosaic, routine, run-of-the-mill, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual, workaday


magic

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of magic

  1. 1 the power to control natural forces through supernatural means he claimed that he could summon a storm through magic Synonyms of magic bewitchery, bewitchment, conjuring, devilry (or deviltry), diablerie, enchantment, ensorcellment, mojo, necromancy, sorcery, thaumaturgy, voodooism, witchcraft, witchery, wizardry Words Related to magic abracadabra, amulet, charm, fetish (also fetich), mascot, periapt, phylactery, talisman; conjuration, glamour (also glamor), incantation, spell; curse, hex, jinx; augury, crystal gazing, divination, divining, forecasting, foreknowing, foreseeing, foretelling, fortune-telling, predicting, presaging, prognosticating, prophesying, soothsaying, sortilege; hexerei, hoodoo, occultism, spiritualism; augur, omen; exorcism; alchemy Near Antonyms of magic science

  2. 2 the art or skill of performing tricks or illusions for entertainment hired an entertainer to perform magic for their child's 10th birthday party Synonyms of magic conjuring, hocus-pocus, legerdemain, prestidigitation Words Related to magic deception, deceptiveness, trickery Phrases sleight of hand

  3. 3 the power of irresistible attraction a leader so charismatic that his appeal was like magic Synonyms of magic allure, animal magnetism, appeal, attractiveness, captivation, charisma, duende, enchantment, fascination, force field, glamour (also glamor), charm, magnetism, oomph, pizzazz (or pizazz), seductiveness, witcheryWords Related to magic allurement, attraction, call, lure, seduction; agreeableness, darlingness, delightfulness, desirability, desirableness, niceness, pleasantness, pleasingness, sweetness; sex appealNear Antonyms of magic disagreeableness, distastefulness, obnoxiousness, offensiveness, unpleasantnessAntonyms of magic repulsion, repulsiveness



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