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Synonyms for magically

in a magical manner

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We have established in every large region of population a system of voice-nerves that puts every man at every other man's ear, and which so magically eliminates the factor of distance that the United States becomes three thousand miles of neighbors, side by side.
Of any hand that is no more, of any hand that never was, of any touch that might have magically changed her life?
The thought came gently and stealthily, and it seemed long before it attained full appreciation; but just as my spirit came at length properly to feel and entertain it, the figures of the judges vanished, as if magically, from before me; the tall candles sank into nothingness; their flames went out utterly; the blackness of darkness supervened; all sensations appeared swallowed up in a mad rushing descent as of the soul into Hades.
Finding his glass magically full once more, he emptied it again.
We sat there evening after evening in the quiet of that magically haunted room, and watched the sunset burn on the river, and felt him.
Aside from ecstatic delight, these are mostly moods of pensiveness, languor, or romantic sadness, like the one so magically suggested in the 'Ode to a Nightingale,' of Ruth standing lonely and 'in tears amid the alien corn.
I then came home, for my home was my heaven; ever at that hour, as I entered our private sitting-room, the lady-directress vanished from before my eyes, and Frances Henri, my own little lace-mender, was magically restored to my arms; much disappointed she would have been if her master had not been as constant to the tryste as herself, and if his truthfull kiss had not been prompt to answer her soft, "Bon soir, monsieur.
Tis the trick of nature thus to degrade to-day; a good deal of buzz, and somewhere a result slipped magically in.
Floral prints loral prints magically hide lumps and magically hide lumps and bumps, so this bumps, so this is a surprisingly is a surprisingly flattering trend.
Montreal Canadiens icon Jean Beliveau was skilled, productive, tough and the consummate leader on the ice, but his aura was immense and magically intensified even after his playing days were over, remembers CBC Sports Weekend host Scott Russell.
IF YOU fancy putting your feet up while a dust-busting budget robot magically does the work for you, B&Q could have the solution.
Washington, June 1( ANI ): Illusionist John Stessel has invented a Magic phone stand that makes phones look as if they are floating on a magically slim cable.
In the theater lobby, director Jason Bold is working with his four actors in Falchi's new play Magically Delicious.
Here in Madrid, the six-storey blocks are magically and simply transformed into modern Babylonian hanging gardens.
As a child, Bronx-born Levien saw Duncan perform at Carnegie Hall and described her initial impression of her as "a diaphanous white figure moving magically in a vast blue space.