Magic synonyms Category: Part of speech:
The definition of mystical is having a spiritual or mysterious reality.
Of, or having the nature of, a myth or myths Of, pertaining to, or written using runes
(Physics) Having nonzero charm. Used of particles.
The definition of an incantation is a series of words used in a chant, in magic or used to cast a spell.
Deeply or mysteriously spiritual; mystical:
In theosophy, designating or of a universal substance supposedly existing at a level just beyond normal human perception
under-a-spell (Idiomatic) Bewitched, held by the power of a magical spell.
Possessing the power to charm or allure; captivating.
An instance of the use of black magic or white magic
witchlike Resembling a witch or some aspect of one.
Held or affected by or as by a spell; fascinated; enchanted
A power or process of changing one thing into another; esp., a seemingly miraculous power or process of changing a thing into something better
The definition of charm is something thought to have magic power, piece of jewelry or a person or thing that attracts others.
The definition of a spell is a word or words which are supposed to hold magical power, an influence that cannot be resisted, or a trance.
The definition of spooky is something that is eerie or related to a ghost, or it is a person or animal who is skittish and easily frightened.
fairylike Resembling a fairy or some aspect of one.
Relating to the abilities of a psychic. (Parapsychology) Of, relating to, or using telepathy.
Sleight of hand; legerdemain
Of, relating to, or being a religious mystery:
(Zoology) Well camouflaged; having good camouflage.
Of or relating to clairvoyance.
(Uncountable) Supernatural beings and events collectively. (When used with definite article: "the supernatural".)
The use of an evil supernatural power to control or influence people and their affairs or the natural world; black magic
Concerned with an afterlife, especially when inattentive to the present.
Having the qualities or attributes of a wizard. (Sciences) Using the method of phenomenology, by which the observer examines the data without trying to provide an explanation of them.
Of or relating to talismans:
The practice or study of occult arts
In some occult and religious beliefs, divination by means of communication with the spirits of deceased persons
Any belief, based on fear or ignorance, that is inconsistent with the known laws of science or with what is considered as true and rational; esp., such a belief in charms, omens, the supernatural, etc.
A range of traditional beliefs and practices concerned with communication with the spirit world (Countable) A misapprehension; a belief in something that is in fact not true.
The definition of a rune is any of the characters in the ancient Germanic alphabet or a stone with those characters on them. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of shamanism
(Now Rare) Having to do with the soul or religion; spiritual
Strikingly odd, strange, etc.; fantastic; bizarre
So remarkable, acute, etc. as to seem preternatural
Of, or relating to, the working of magic or performance of miracles.
(Archaic) Malevolent; quarrelsome
Involving only a complex number of which the real part is zero.
Having a deeply spiritual or mystical effect
Divination or prophecy by casting lots
The working of supernatural miracles; magic
An effective, clever or quick way of doing something. Pertaining to miracles; referring to something that people can't explain.
Having visionary power; clairvoyant.
Designating or of psychic, occult, supernatural, or other phenomena considered unexplainable by the known forces or laws of nature
The definition of a divination is the practice of telling of the future or a prophecy.
The definition of augury is the practice of clairvoyancy by a prophet or oracle, or is a sign or harbinger of things to happen in the future.
A system of methods, theories, etc. based on the assumption that the positions of the moon, sun, and stars affect human affairs and that one can foretell the future by studying the stars, etc.
A taboo is defined as a restriction or something not allowed by a culture. (Idiomatic) Magic derived from evil forces, as distinct from good or benign forces; or magic performed with the intention of doing harm.
Deceptive or delusive nonsense.
obeah (West Indian)
The controlling of supernatural powers
The controlling of supernatural powers
The art or practice of foretelling events.
The power to cast such a look
Foreboding is defined as a feeling or premonition that something bad is going to occur.
A verbal formula or ritual used in exorcising
Producing an effect like that of an incantation; hypnotic, dreamlike, etc. A use of the mystical term ‘abracadabra’, supposed to work as part of a healing charm or a magical spell; any spell or incantation making use of the word. [from 16th c.]
The definition of charming is fascinating or likeable.
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
Trickery of any sort; deceit
A magic trick or magical effect.
Deception is defined as an untrue falsehood, or is the act of lying to or tricking someone.
The definition of eerie is someone or something that is mysterious, frightening, spooky and creepy.
Extremely bad, disagreeable, or difficult:
Wishing evil or harm to others; having or showing ill will; malicious
Strange or unearthly; eerie.
Not having a physical body; disembodied; incorporeal Of or pertaining to a medium (person claiming to contact the dead)
That watches over or protects
The system of voodoo beliefs and practices
An indication or warning of a future occurrence; an omen.
A fascinating or being fascinated
jugglery (Countable) An instance of such trickery or deception.
(Archaic) Of or relating to wizards or wizardry. Of or pertaining to . magic
ectoplasmic Relating to, or having the properties or appearance of, ectoplasm.
A North American Indian dance of the 19th cent., performed in connection with a messianic belief
Of, characteristic of, or like Satan; devilish; infernal; diabolic
(Slang) A jinx or the evil eye
Arts, such as drama, dance, and music, that involve performance before an audience Synonym Study
(of women) and
(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
implies magic in which spells are cast or charms are used, usually for a harmful or sinister purpose
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
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