adv. in a magical manner; "it disappeared magically" [syn: magically]
Usage examples of "as if by magic".
Ben watched it materialize beneath him as if by magic as the 727 slipped over the waters of the East River and settled down toward the empty runway.
In a moment, it had been joined by three more of its kind that appeared as if by magic, and together they attacked the spine-creature without mercy, as it waved its spines at them in a futile gesture of self-defense.
These were things the ruling priestesses did not heed, expecting meat and cheese to appear at their tables as if by magic.
They appeared as if by magic, masking the morning skies west to east, threatening to swallow the rising sun, the harbinger of a storm that was quickly approaching.
A dog appeared as if by magic from beneath a bush, leaping up onto the porch and staring at him with unblinking eyes as its ears went back and snarls twisted the canine muzzle.
It was good to handle the natural fabrics, linens and cottons and silks, and to see them transformed as if by magic from dingy, crumpled wads of cloth to garments dazzling in their whiteness and perky with starch.
The Shadow appeared as if by magic, and the Shadow was large and wide and dark black and he plainly had sand.
Mirelle reappeared, as if by magic, bearing a tray with tiny sandwiches and cookies in fanciful shapes.