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When a publicly traded company splits its stock, it is mainly an act of prestidigitation.

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It’s the mathematical equivalent of prestidigitation, aimed at masking an empty argument with complexity.

It was, all in all, a wondrous feat of prestidigitation, worthy of a Las Vegas magician.

I hope to convince the reader that these things really exist, and are neither illusions nor farces, nor feats of prestidigitation.

By what religious prestidigitation he had trapped her secret from her must remain a thick mystery now.

A perfect technic is more than a wonderful power of prestidigitation, or facility in the manipulation of an instrument.

The other line of argument raises more subtle intellectual issues and is not a mere matter of prestidigitation.

The Theosophical craze of recent years has had its influence on prestidigitation.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prestidigitation, such as: abracadabra, alchemy, allurement, astrology, augury, and bewitchment.

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