Word of the Day: Magic

mag-ic / ˈma-jik   adjective  
  1. of or relating to supernatural power
There is no magic wand that can resolve out problems. Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, 1942-  
  1. giving supernatural or enchanting feelings
If you pay close attention to each day, you will discover the magic moment. Paulo Coelho, 1947-   noun  
  1. the use of certain means to exert supernatural force
Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. Roald Dahl, 1916-1990  
  1. an enchanting feeling
Anyone who has loved has been touched by magic. Nora Roberts, 1950-  
  1. the art of creating illusions through sleight of hand
Magic is easy if you put your heart into it. Michael Jackson, 1958-2009  
  1. a great influence that seems to stem from supernatural powers
It’s not magic that takes us to another world – it’s storytelling. Val McDermid, 1955-     verb  
  1. to bring about or affect by supernatural forces
The princess found herself being gently prodded and pushed and combed and magicked, and her hair felt weird. from ‘Once Upon a Dream’ by Liz Braswell, 1950-