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white magic

noun
1.
magic used for good purposes, especially to counteract evil (contrasted with black magic).
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Contemporary Examples
  • So resist the urge to telegraph good deeds—just sit back and let the white magic unfold.

  • white magic that only the black man from everywhere and nowhere could perform.

    Magic Tina Brown November 5, 2008
Historical Examples
  • There was white magic in the very sound of such a sum of money.

    Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp Annie Roe Carr
  • The swans were white magic—the white Mouldiwarp of Arden did all that.

    Harding's luck E. [Edith] Nesbit
  • Which is the essence of this particular kind of white magic.

    Harding's luck E. [Edith] Nesbit
  • The science of white magic has made great progress since that date.

    Acrobats and Mountebanks Hugues Le Roux
  • I have seen the white magic, and thot be enough for wan noight.

  • Did not the saints of the church deal openly in the white magic of their god?

    The Flute of the Gods

    Marah Ellis Ryan
  • He has done much to popularize the fascinating art of white magic.

    Magic Ellis Stanyon
  • Marmion, what is this white magic that you have been springing upon us?

    The Mummy and Miss Nitocris George Griffith

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