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  • adjective Involving, or pertaining to, magick (in modern occultism).

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Examples

  • A new breed of vampire arrived in Sunnydale, faster and stronger than others of their kind, and with a kind of magickal energy surging inside them.

    KING OF THE DEAD

  • None of the objects she’d identified as magickal seemed to have been left behind.

    Sparks

  • None of the objects she’d identified as magickal seemed to have been left behind.

    Sparks

  • None of the objects she’d identified as magickal seemed to have been left behind.

    Sparks

  • Boing Boing former guestblogger and bOING bOING editor Gareth Branwyn is on a magickal, mystery tour through London to attend an occult conference, conduct research for his novel, and find the ghost of William Blake.

    Boing Boing

  • He quickly ran his dirty laundry to her and ran back, locking the door behind him, so that his magickal correspondence wouldn't get interrupted.

    The Grand Wizard Logs In

  • (From BarnesandNoble. com) Thorne Blackburn claimed to have magickal powers, to be able to tap into ancient wisdom.

    WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR MARCH 28TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

  • You see, ahem, I have to take an elixir given to me by alchemists dubbed Zoloft, which improves my magickal influence, at the cost of rendering one incapable of... reaching gnosis... during certain ritual rites.

    The Grand Wizard Logs In

  • The magickal technique involves putting ash into the eye.

    Boing Boing

  • (From BarnesandNoble. com) Thorne Blackburn claimed to have magickal powers, to be able to tap into ancient wisdom.

    WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR MARCH 28TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

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