Magic Circle


noun
  1. the British association of magicians, traditionally forbidden to reveal any of the secrets of their art

  2. (not capitals) a group of influential people involved in a conspiracy

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How to use Magic Circle in a sentence

  • The pale light floated over her as Ten Euyck came up and seemed to illumine her within a Magic Circle.

    "Persons Unknown" | Virginia Tracy
  • He started well, but on arriving at the Magic Circle the plough shied and the wooden landside—or chip, as it was called—came off.

  • The Magic Circle is a modification of the magic square, one form of which was devised by Franklin.

    Franklin's Autobiography | Benjamin Franklin
  • Happy people do not really want friends outside to come into the Magic Circle and share their happiness.

    Bella Donna | Robert Hichens
  • For those who were beyond the Magic Circle, this process was reversed.

    Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances | Juliana Horatia Ewing