Cheney mentions the 9/11 attacks again and again, although ten years later, the talismanic effect has largely worn off.
So talismanic is the touch of love, so inspiring and life giving!
The word was talismanic to Dalton, connected, as it was, in his mind with but one subject.
We must not omit to notice the Caduceus, which forms, it is said, one of the most striking examples of the talismanic serpent.
They are ancient, and were perhaps used as talismanic copies of Nehushtan.
A ring considered to possess some healing or talismanic virtues was also termed, in medival Latin, vertuosus.
Several pillars were tried before the talismanic one was discovered.
The talismanic diamond flashed or waned, and fiercely wriggled the little fighting serpents.
It is set all round with precious stones of talismanic virtues.
This is their living hope, their talismanic treasure—and now Jaikef gave the secret away.
1630s, from French talisman, in part via Arabic tilsam (plural tilsaman), a Greek loan-word; in part directly from Byzantine Greek telesma "talisman, religious rite, payment," earlier "consecration, ceremony," originally "completion," from telein "perform (religious rites), pay (tax), fulfill," from telos "completion, end, tax" (see tele-).