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magic

adjective by chance occurrence, coincidental, fortunate, lucky, out of the ordinary, magical, miraculous, mystic, mystical, mysterious, occult, sorcery, supernatural, uncanny, under a charm, under a spell, unusual, wizardly, wonderful
See also: prestidigitation
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The potted plants, gutted fish, cardboard stencils, Post-its, bits of rebar, and bouquets of flowers that hover in the strange, horizonless space of his earlier works appear to be floating as if they were magically suspended in midair.
In the middle of a landscaped garden magically restored from sleep, a strange and fabulous creature has emerged as one of the wonders of Wales.
Girls can style the horse's long blonde mane with streaks of pink hair that magically turn purple with cold water.
During the media-availability period, when the media outnumbered players 17 to 0, Hearn magically made the Lakers appear.
The costumes by Kitty Daly included a magnificent wolf spider and a gigantic, godlike bird that loomed magically over the stage as three dancers in swings moved to the thump of Indian drumming.
Highly attentive to the demands of the narrative, magically playful and inescapably human, this is truly a book for both adults and children.
Edghill takes the fanfic formula of an actress magically transported into the TV character's story environment.
The measure, intended to bolster the economic status of the city's working families, was a classic example of arrogant politicians thinking they could magically legislate wealth into existence.
The display is choreographed electronically (by Light Matters) so that at intervals throughout the day the fountains ascend and descend in playful formation, and at night are magically illuminated by tiny fibre-optic lenses around their bases.
Like many other structures in the magically picturesque centre of the city, the building was brutally restructured in the 1950s; apart from the finely proportioned spaces, little remained internally.
Chandeliers created by the lights appeared magically during the polonaise of "Diamonds," creating an audience-pleasing effect.