thaumaturgical


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thau·ma·tur·gy

 (thô′mə-tûr′jē)
n.
The working of miracles or magic feats.

thau′ma·tur′gic, thau′ma·tur′gi·cal adj.
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thaumaturgical

adjective
Having, brought about by, or relating to supernatural powers or magic:
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The Florentine duke, for instance, never advanced a claim to thaumaturgical powers or mythical ancestry.
Newspaper columnists angrily blamed the uncritical theocentric attitude held by some Nigerian high officials, who patronise the churches for their much-touted thaumaturgical ability.
The majority live in Eden, a glittering, floating haven above the city, where corporations like Nimbus Thaumaturgical distribute the fairy dust on which the people rely.