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Magic Adjective Synonyms
magical, enchanting, entrancing, bewitching, fascinating, hypnotic, mesmerizing, entrancing, spellbinding, charming, magnetic, ensorcelling
The music had a magic effect on them.
Magic Noun Synonyms
The magic ointment made her young again.
witchcraft, sorcery, wizardry, black magic, necromancy, black art, voodoo, obeahism, devilry or deviltry, diabolism, demonolatry, occultism, sortilege, theurgy, white magic, spell
As the magic began to work, he slowly changed into a horrible ghoul.
enchantment, allure, allurement, charm, bewitchment, spell, witchery, witchcraft, wizardry, glamour, fascination, magnetism, ensorcellment
She worked her magic on every man she met.
necromantic, occult, mystic, shamanistic, theurgical
Using a magic spell, she turned him into a toad.
legerdemain, conjuring, prestidigitation, sleight of hand, illusion, hocus-pocus, trickery
He performs tricks of magic, including sawing a woman in half.
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