It was, all in all, a wondrous feat of prestidigitation, worthy of a Las Vegas magician.
An he's more light-fingered than his predecessor, he's a master of prestidigitation!
All these extraordinary manœuvres cannot be attributed to prestidigitation.
I hope to convince the reader that these things really exist, and are neither illusions nor farces, nor feats of prestidigitation.
The Theosophical craze of recent years has had its influence on prestidigitation.
A perfect technic is more than a wonderful power of prestidigitation, or facility in the manipulation of an instrument.
In St. Petersburg great and incredible examples of mystification and of prestidigitation were told about him.
He had emptied the pockets of his companions by a kind of prestidigitation quite incomprehensible to them.
The other line of argument raises more subtle intellectual issues and is not a mere matter of prestidigitation.
It was prestidigitation for all concerned—only the side of the children of Israel was espoused in the recital.