abracadabra[ ab-ruh-kuh-dab-ruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF abracadabra
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABRACADABRA
If my reader finds this bosh and abracadabra, all right for him.
His Bolshevik abracadabra has seduced the workers of every race.
"All this is Abracadabra to me," I replied quickly, in fear of a torrent.
So he began his abracadabra, but Sunday came and Sunday passed, and no John appeared.
And you ought not to leave Abra, for Abra only is Abracadabra.
Meantime he was obliged to live in Abracadabra, and make the best of it.
If I didnt reply instantly with Abracadabra, the story 259 stopped.
"Abracadabra is a second intention" is neither true nor false.
The abracadabra is comparable to that of the wine-taster or tea-taster.
To myself it seems that you might as well say ‘Abracadabra is gas and gaiters.’