magic[ maj-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF magic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGIC
I have existed in a magic Bohemia, largely of my own making.
What magic in the utterance, what a revelation of Cleopatra's character and of Shakespeare's!
She has the fascination of great pride and the magic of manners.
They had not seen the snake at all, but a stick that came back to the thrower's hand was magic.
The truth was that it was only by trusting to the magic of the white men that Patofa could get to us.
He was as if under a spell, and his dark, strong face glowed with the magic of it.
Some one had shouted the magic words from the head of the steps.
The sufferings of the past, the obstacles of the future, had disappeared as if by magic.
But, indeed, these works of magic have grown wearisome to me.
"The magic of this bone is a very great magic," Simba was saying.