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  • adj. Opposed to magic or witchcraft.
  • adj. Serving to counteract magic or its effects.


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anti- +‎ magic


  • Pony fell into that stone and called forth its antimagic energies, then threw them out wide to the waves.


  • Connected through his hematite, he could tell that there was some sunstone antimagic about, but it was nothing substantial out here, beyond the gate, and certainly nothing that would inhibit the power of King Aydrian.


  • Certainly it was easier to put up a sunstone antimagic wave than to utilize the spirit-walking ability of the soul stone.


  • He recognized that sunstone antimagic had defeated him.


  • Next Aydrian worked the sunstone, the antimagic stone.


  • If she felt the battle of wills begin between her and Je'howith, she was to pinch her skin with the enchanted brooch's pin, nothing more, and the antimagic wave would wash the old abbot's intruding spirit out of her,


  • Only these past three years, when we became grown and thou studied the magic and I the antimagic of my kind, have we been separate, and though it had to be, I missed thee, Bane.

    Out of Phaze

  • We might be able to collectively achieve antimagic.

    Science Fiction in the News

  • WE LOVE YOU BROOKE!!!!! callica R.I.P. Under white antimagic I mean white male writer.

    Grey's Anatomy Insider

  • And indeed, the next ruby-set arrow that soared in from across the way crossed into an area of antimagic, where Aydrian’s spirit was repulsed.



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