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- adj. alchemical
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- adj. Of or relating to alchemy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or produced by alchemy. Formerly also spelled alchymic.
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- adj. related to or concerned with alchemy
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I've seen Bogdanovich do this show twice before and can attest that it's a kind of alchemic happening in which, for 90-odd minutes, the 'golden age' of Hollywood shines as brightly as if it had ended only yesterday.
They evidently have thought that I had some kind of alchemic secret, like the philosopher's stone which was designed to turn the baser metals into gold.
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The virtues of stir-frying, Young writes, are many: it makes bounty out of small amounts of meat and oil; it emphasizes healthful vegetables; and most importantly, it creates '"alchemic" flavor out of raw ingredients.
I've seen Bogdanovich do this show twice before and can attest that it's a kind of alchemic happening in which, for 90-odd minutes, the
Most will be skewed in an alchemic attempt to put the face of success on an unmitigated disaster.
The proof of this, paradoxically, is that nobody can find any proof (or their assets) - such is the alchemic cleverness of our Mr. Big.
Akin to eye-of-newt and other alchemic substances, it acts as a hypnotizing agent, bewitching the common Muggle to protective service and a general disregard of social protocols.
The Obama administration is turning its alchemic powers toward Palestine.
Located on the southern edge of San Francisco, sandwiched among the powerhouse labs of Stanford, UCSF, and Berkeley and the burgeoning start-ups of Silicon Valley, Genentech—short for Genetic Engineering Technology—was born out of an idea imbued with deep alchemic symbolism.
It was a phrase with an ancient, alchemic ring that would sound insistently through the future of oncology.