magic is … a beautiful little word with a vast array of meanings, possibly different to every person on Earth …
… the word itself has a power to transform …
… it’s a word that gets me excited and it’s a feeling that brings joy and wonderment. I’m getting more in touch with my inner magic every day. I encourage you to do the same!
the power of apparently influencing events by using mysterious or supernatural forces: suddenly, as if by magic, the doors start to open
mysterious tricks, such as making things disappear and reappear, performed as entertainment: [as modifier]: his parents bought him a magic set for Christmas
a quality of being beautiful and delightful in a way that seems remote from daily life: the magic of the theatre
informal exceptional skill or talent: he’s been working his magic on New Zealand movies for the past two decades
1having or apparently having supernatural powers: a magic wand
[attributive] very effective in producing the desired results: confidence is the magic ingredient needed to spark recovery
verb (magics, magicking, magicked)
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Magic may refer to:
- Magic (illusion), the art of appearing to perform supernatural feats using sleight of hand, escapology, or other methods
- Magic (paranormal), the use of paranormal methods to manipulate natural forces, such as witchcraft
- Magic (fantasy), fictional characters or objects with magical powers.
- Magic (gaming), the portrayal of magic in roleplaying games
- Magic of Dungeons & Dragons, widely used in the role-playing community, across many different fictional worlds, and across books, board games, video games, and movies.