Incantatory In*cant"a*to*ry, a. Dealing by enchantment; magical. --Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster]

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  • incantation — noun Etymology: Middle English incantacioun, from Middle French incantation, from Late Latin incantation , incantatio, from Latin incantare to enchant more at enchant Date: 14th century a use of spells or verbal charms spoken or sung as a part of …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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