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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGICAL

All the magical phrases in the play are phrases of jealousy, passion, and pity.

But for this magical aid, Olivo's lot would still have been the same.

Such is the magical action and reaction of minds upon each other.

That she should ask anything in these magical days that he could not at once lay at her feet!

Some of the oldest romances in the world have to do with the magical operation of the mirror.

Theophrastus affirms that there are magical verses which cure sciatica.

The sound of his own voice, moaning in his ears, had a magical effect upon him.

In the quiet monotony of a grave household a child's influence is magical.

The relief which Anthony felt from the cares which had oppressed him was magical.

As they entered the car she commenced her magical song, and the basket rose.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, from magic (n.) + -al (1). Related: Magically.

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