magic up(redirected from magic and else up)
1. To use magic in order to make someone or something appear out of thin air. The wizard magicked up a giant golem and ordered it to attack the army of orcs.
2. To produce, create, or cause to appear a person or thing very suddenly, as if by magic. A noun or pronoun can be used between "magic" and "up." The floundering production seems to have magicked a new director up out of thin air. Their scientists managed to magic up a cure for the disease in just a matter of days.
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