Definitions

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  • adj. Not magic; nonmagical.

Etymologies

non- +‎ magic (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "A Muggle," said Hagrid, "it's what we call nonmagic folk like thern.

    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

  • And there's a broad feeling one detects, a kind of psychic sense, some sort of knowledge in the collective unconscious, that we lived through magic times the past half-century, and now the nonmagic time has begun, and it won't be over next summer.

    Look at the Time

  • Stile had had a lifetime to develop his nonmagic skills.

    Blue Adept

  • The fireplace poker—a favorite nonmagic weapon—was right by his father’s chair.

    Black Magic

  • I'm not used to dealing with things that straddle magic and nonmagic; I don't know all the rules. "

    Labor Policy

  • She didn’t think nonmagic blood should mix with ours.

    The Queen’s Curse

  • "A person or animal originating in the dreary nonmagic realm beyond Xanth.

    Isle of View

  • Of course I could not manifest as a Magician, after ninety years of pristine nonmagic. "

    Centaur Aisle

  • Obviously the nonmagic aspect has not solved your problem. "

    A Spell For Chameleon

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