magic trick

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Noun1.magic trick - an illusory featmagic trick - an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
performance - the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
card trick - a trick performed with playing cards
prestidigitation, sleight of hand - manual dexterity in the execution of tricks
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Even if we found the person who did this it wouldn't get the magic trick back, and that's what he wants.
As I'm a magician, I went over and asked if she and her friends would like to see a magic trick.
He talked about how a small blind girl helped him with a rope trick in a show at 10 Downing Street and Paul said he was blown away when the girl said: "Mr Daniels that's the first magic trick I've ever seen.
All eyes rest on this prisoner as he masterfully performs one magic trick after another, using a deck of cards given to him by a guard.
In a previous report, Finnish magician Jose Ahonen shared a video to show how dogs reacted to his simple magic trick of making a dog treat vanish in front of them.
Mayne, who's dream magic trick is to make somebody's house disappear, shared that he wanted to be a scientist when he was younger.
THE chairman of a school committee in the US has apologised for a magic trick he performed before a televised meeting this week in which he appeared to tear the bra off a fellow committee member through her clothes.
He said if kids bring in their report cards and can show they have had no negative comments--they will get a free magic trick.
Like a magic trick, the novel itself constantly practices sleight of hand, drawing in its audience and then leaving it confused and unbalanced.
Roosevelt Middle School Principal Morley Hegstrom reacts with amusement as Dan Tommater, keynote speaker at the A Champion in Education Awards ceremony, uses a magic trick to illustrate the concept of commitment.
Magic is fascinating for young and old and a simple magic trick will demand young patients' attention, relax them, and capture their imagination.