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Director Isao Takahata, in his final film before his death in 2018, transforms this classic story into a stunning, magical journey.

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Dark energy is sometimes seen as this mysterious, magical source of energy that accelerates the expansion of the universe.

In the early 1800s, William Rowan Hamilton discovered a new kind of geometric space with nearly magical properties.

The road turned out to be magical and instantaneously stretched by 10 miles!

The road turns out to be magical and instantaneously stretches by 10 miles!

Her magical ability to shrink people just by staring at them is also put to great use here.

And where was this magical land of Khorasan, whence the conquerors would come?

Their captors wore palm leaves, leopard skins, and magical relics to make themselves immune to bullets.

It is not some benign magical sleep as shown on TV, where people wake up a year later and are instantly back to normal.

“It was a magical feeling, leaving daylight to sneak into a theater,” he says wistfully.

From the moment that he touches the magical little hand, cousin George is eclipsed.

It was by pronouncing letters according to the magical method, that the moon was made to descend to the earth.

The two millions which he had undertaken to find had been raised with a rapidity which seemed magical.

It must be remembered that great and magical virtues were attributed to precious stones and gems.

Many travellers affirm that the Taj-Mehal produces a magical effect when lighted by the moon.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to magical, such as: eerie, enchanted, enchanting, extraordinary, fascinating, and magic.

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