Magical and Unnatural


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Magical adjective – Being so extraordinary or abnormal as to suggest powers which violate the laws of nature.
Usage example: modern aviation must seem magical to someone who doesn't understand basic aeronautics

Unnatural and magical are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Unnatural" instead an adjective "Magical".
Nearby Words: magic, magician, mage, magically
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Unnatural adjective – Departing from some accepted standard of what is normal.
Magical and unnatural are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Magical" instead an adjective "Unnatural".
Nearby Word: unnaturally
Synonyms for Unnatural

Things that words describes

ability magical ability unnatural ability
talent magical talent unnatural talent
fire magical fire unnatural fire
force magical force unnatural force
Other nouns: strength, control, nature, means, effect, effects, version, forces, powers, creatures, abilities, beings.

Both words in one sentence

  • Comic Book / Batman: Endgame The third says that he is some sort of magical/unnatural being who is strengthened by people laughing and causes people to Die Laughing even without his toxin.
  • Anti-Magical Faction In the TV series American Dragon: Jake Long, the Huntsclan seek to find and destroy all magical creatures, believing them to be unnatural.
  • Literature / The Silent War The Redcloaks can channel magical fire that repels and destroys unnatural creatures.
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