Word of the Day: Magic

mag-ic / ˈma-jik




  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-




  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-





  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-