Abracadabra (noun)

A word or phrase that is believed to have magical power and is used as a incantation or charm.

Origin:

The word "abracadabra" is derived from the aramaic phrase "avra kehdabra" which means "i create as i speak".

Examples:

  1. She whispered "abracadabra" as she waved her wand and the rabbit disappeared.
  2. The stage magician said "abracadabra" and pulled a dove out of his hat.
  3. The young boy tried to fix his toy car with the magic word "abracadabra" but it didn"t work.
  4. The witch"s spell book contained many incantations, including "abracadabra".
  5. The shopkeeper sold abracadabra pendants as good luck charms to tourists.
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