Another word for magic
enchanted, enchanting, fascinating, charmed, magical, mystical, mystic, mythical, mythic, otherworldly, fairylike, spooky, ghostly, haunted, weird, uncanny, eerie, supernatural, sorcerous, wizardly, witchlike, Circean, Chaldean, thaumaturgic, theurgic, diabolic, Satanic, theurgical, necromantic, fiendish, demoniac, malevolent, shamanist, voodooistic, runic, conjuring, witching, spellbinding, cabalistic, cryptic, transcendental, alchemistic, necromantic, eldritch, numinous, spectral, apparitional, wraithlike, disembodied, discarnate, immaterial, ectoplasmic, astral, spiritualistic, mediumistic, psychic, phenomenological, amuletic, talismanic, phylacteric, tutelary, ensorcelled, tranced, entranced, fay, spellbound, under a spell, under a charm, under the evil eye, under a curse, cursed, mantological, prophetic, telepathic, clairvoyant, clairaudient, thought-reading, telekinetic, spirit-rapping, paranormal, parapsychological, metapsychological, hyperpsychological, hyperphysical; see also mysterious 2.
The controlling of supernatural powers
sorcery, occultism, witchcraft, wizardry, necromancy, legerdemain, thaumaturgy, incantation, spell, alchemy, bewitchery, superstition, enchantment, conjury, sortilege, shamanism, prestidigitation, sleight of hand, hocus-pocus, prophecy, divination, diabolism, vaticination, augury, astrology, horoscopy, taboo, astromancy, black magic, black art, voodoo, voodooism, hoodoo, obeah (West Indian), pishogue (Irish); see also witchcraft.
An example of magic
magic is the general term for any of the supposed arts of producing marvelous effects by supernatural or occult power and is figuratively applied to any extraordinary, seemingly inexplicable power; sorcery implies magic in which spells are cast or charms are used, usually for a harmful or sinister purpose; witchcraft (of women) and wizardry (of men) imply the possession of supernatural power by compact with evil spirits, witchcraft figuratively suggesting the use of wiles, and wizardry, remarkable skill, cleverness
Another word for magicnoun
The use of supernatural powers to influence or predict events:conjuration, sorcery, sortilege, thaumaturgy, theurgy, witchcraft, witchery, witching, wizardry. See supernatural
An object or power that one uses to cause often evil events:charm, evil eye, spell2. (Slang) whammy. See supernatural
The use of skillful tricks and deceptions to produce entertainingly baffling effects:conjuration, legerdemain, prestidigitation, sleight of hand. See performing arts