Magical and Paranormal


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Magical adjective – Having seemingly supernatural qualities or powers.
Usage example: the child prodigy's musical talent is so spectacular that it seems magical

Paranormal and magical are semantically related. in supernatural topic. In some cases you can use "Paranormal" instead an adjective "Magical".
Nearby Words: magic, magician, mage, magically
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Paranormal adjective – Of, relating to, or being part of a reality beyond the observable physical universe.
Magical and paranormal are semantically related. You can use "Magical" instead an adjective "Paranormal".
Synonyms for Paranormal

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  • In settings with actual paranormal or magical abilities, a Badass Normal is likely to have this.
  • Agent Scully The same extends to any other magical or paranormal subject or fantasy of any kind — they have no time to think about or consider such things, and if you've been thinking about it you're an idiot who is wasting your time.
    Source: Agent Scully
  • Tropes for the paranormal: those things that are spooky but not outright magical.
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