Definition Of abracadabra

a word said by magicians when performing a magic trick.

The fairy moved her magic stick and - abracadabra !

language, typically in the form of gibberish, used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power.

I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra

Example Of abracadabra

  • a computer and a little abracadabra turn a freeze-dried steak into a romantic dinner

  • A person who is unaware of the phenomenon of magnetism could be fooled by a magician who presents lodestone as a ‘magic rock,’ perhaps as a formerly ordinary rock made magical by saying the word abracadabra .

  • All you have to do here is go to your stove, put in a cabbage, wiggle your nose and, abracadabra !

  • But before you could say abracadabra the project hit the rocks and CTI was lucky to even get an album's worth of material out of the studio.

  • Charisma, love and magic and abracadabra , Gemma's not on booze, Ahmed is polite to his car maintenance teacher and Wayne has left his knife at home.

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