Prestidigitation

• (n.) Legerdemain; sleight of hand; juggling.
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prestidigitation

sleight of hand noun manual dexterity in the execution of tricks
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Prestidigitation

Pres`ti·dig`i·ta'tion noun Legerdemain; sleight of hand; juggling.
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prestidigitation

prestidigitation 1. Performance of or skill in performing magic or conjuring tricks with the hands; sleight of hand; legerdemain. 2. A show of skill or deceitful cleverness; some techniques can also be used to cheat in gambling games, to steal, or, in some cases, to claim supernatural powers. For this reason the term frequently carries negative as...
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prestidigitation

[n] - manual dexterity in the execution of tricks
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