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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmagicalma‧gic‧al /ˈmædʒɪkəl/ ●●○ adjective  1 ENJOY/LIKE DOING somethingvery enjoyable, exciting, or romantic, in a strange or special way that magical evening we spent together2 MAGICrelating to magic or able to do magic magical powersmagically /-kli/ adverb
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magicalWhat was the special child, the magical child, after all, but the first girl?Apanage deftly drew the bottle away from the empty net and inserted a magical cork into its neck.By contrast, the magical Eve grows out of Adam, and not the natural processes of the physical world.It was a magical evening of pure nostalgia enjoyed by an audience from nine to 90 years of age.Ellis Island was, for forty years after it closed, a magical place.But his athletic prowess dovetailed with his particular experiences, and his body, for him, acquired almost magical power.Some people think garlic has magical powers.Mercury was believed to possess magical properties and some regarded it as the quintessence of the human body and of all substances.Candles have a magical quality that transforms a room.
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