- v. present participle of magic.
“Her thoughts flipped back to Damascus and the discovery that one of the Fallen had broken into their motel room, frying the electronic lock and searing off the door chain, but—after magicking her and Cortini into sleep—had left without Dante.”
“Not until those filthy wizards stop magicking our friend!”
“Instead of just brandishing the "It Gets Better" flag, why is this project not more focused on its pledge of which the main provisos that "everyone deserves to be respected for who they are" and that you should "speak up against hate and intolerance whenever it's seen, at school and at work," actually make it better, instead of magicking it better.”
“What I did, because there was nothing I could do about immigration and there was nothing I could do about magicking up the jobs and the housing that created massive anger and frustration ... everything I did was about reconnecting Labour with our local people … We do our politics now in a different way.”
“Beggin 'your pardon, but I've always' eard tell 'twas sorceral procedure to seek payment for magicking services in advance.”
“You have the size and bearing of a warrior along with your gift for magicking.”
“I'm a whiz with magicking laundry away, and I can get along passably in a few of the European tongues, so can shoo away the more ardent men who will be mobbing your fabulous holiday-self or, alternately, get you into lots of fun trouble.”
“And you will be masked, you know, so you need not worry about your customers recognizing you and accusing you of magicking their accounts.”
“While you, my Snudge, oversee her magicking as best you can — more unobtrusively, I hope, than any Brother of Zeth.”
“What was the good of magicking himself out of his room if Hogwarts would expel him for doing it?”
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