Antonyms for more magical

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To us the name of Wagner flamed higher, with a more magical lustre.

The world after that night would be a more magical place than it had ever been before.

Now, in a more magical silence, the voice of God spoke to her.

There is in music an effect yet more magical than that of the cadenza.

Never had he drawn the bow across the strings with a more magical touch.

"I know of no more magical lantern than a man's head," I replied, a little disconcerted by his sneer.

Apparently the first-born son of a family was thought to be endowed with more magical virtue than his younger brothers.

No doctor, be his diploma ever so pretentious, could effect with simple means a more magical result.

A fairys wand could not have produced a more magical effect than was produced by the words of the owner of the Tower.

Now, this portrait of himself seemed to Philip more magical work than even that of Madge.