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Don't look at him! abracadabrant (e) adj = fantastic un souci = worry
I followed the man's magical "turn your head away" tip and, just like that — in one abracadabrant POOF! — all of my soucis left me (though I can't say the same for the married man with flailing hands standing outside of the fromagerie ...).
I followed the man's magical "turn your head away" tip and, just like that—in one abracadabrant POOF!
Latin calls a thing _abracadabrant_ there is no more to be said.
For all of his skill, courage, and strength, Cotto is going to need something abracadabrant to keep up with Pacquiao.
_quartier_ would have called it _abracadabrant_ and they would not have been far wrong.