Tuesday, 4 February 2014



1. to write or name in correct order the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
2. (trans.) (of letters) to go to make up the conventionally established form of (a word) when arranged correctly
3. (trans.) to indicate or signify

1. a verbal formula considered as having magical force
2. any influence that can control the mind or character; fascination
3. a state induced by or as if by the pronouncing of a spell; trance
4. (trans.) (rare) to place under a spell

1. an indeterminate, usually short, period of time
2. a period or tour of duty after which one person or group relieves another
3. (Scottish & Australian & New Zealand) a period or interval of rest
4. (trans.) to take over from (a person) for an interval of time; relieve temporarily

Rain casts magic
A spell within a spell
Eating a mountain

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