- v. Simple past tense and past participle of magic.
“The change was something like a fairy tale to the Bush children; every one seemed suddenly "magicked" into different beings.”
“I actually have a half guilty feeling, as if I really had "magicked" it up.”
“I actually have a half guilty feeling, as if I really had 'magicked' it up.”
“Forgot to add that I had a brilliant RAPC Sgt who 'magicked' it all smoothly.”
“These costs cannot be "magicked" away just because we find them inconvenient.”
“There wasn't a line to stand in .. he just sat down at my table during a break with his son Aye Jaye, who then "magicked" a quarter away from me only to place into his wallet, which immediately burst into flames.”
“That fanciful idea of a unicorn is not just magicked into mythology from nowhere.”
“Anyway I tried the new bulbs and the wifaery just magicked them away.”
“The implication is that between now and then the auditors directly employed by the commission are sacked (and join private firms) or somehow retain their pensions and benefits (at huge cost to the public purse) and are magicked across into the private sector.”
“I realize that to a Christian mindset that thinks the world was magicked into existence over a 6 day period by an invisible sky god 6000 years ago, it may seem like things can just magically pop into existence out of nowhere.”
Looking for tweets for magicked.