wand(redirected from wanding)
Something that provides an easy or immediate way to fix to a problem. I wish I had a magic wand to get this house cleaned up before the party tonight. There's no magic wand to eliminate your debt—you just have to pay off a little each month.
wave a magic wand
to solve a difficult problem with no effort Unfortunately, you can't just wave a magic wand and get rid of poverty.
Etymology: from the practice of waving a wand (a special stick) when someone is doing a magic trick
a magic wand
an easy way to solve a problem
Usage notes: A magic wand is a stick that a person who performs magic tricks waves to make things happen.(usually negative) Artiside has warned that he has no magic wand to provide food and work overnight. I wish I could just wave a magic wand and make all your troubles go away, but I can't.
wand waverand wagger
an exhibitionist. The cops picked up a wand waver on Main Street.