Synonym: sleight of hand. Similar words: presentation, representation, digital, limitation, invitation, rehabilitation, interpretation, investigation. Meaning: ['prestɪ‚dɪdʒɪ'teɪʃn] n. manual dexterity in the execution of tricks.
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1, Magic can be a lifetime hobby and card magic is the poetry of prestidigitation.
2, Alongside diehard Thaksinite protesters, stand middle-class Thais who do not care for Mr Thaksin but are disgusted by the political prestidigitation that toppled two elected governments.
3, Magic can be a lifetime hobby and card magic is considered to be the poetry of prestidigitation .
4, This is Chris Randall's acclaimed live lecture at The Magic Castle in the Parlor of Prestidigitation. This DVD also shows bonus performances in the Close up Gallery and Palace of Mystery.
5, The Nolan who revelled in stunning imagery was becoming a magical manipulator—something that he celebrated in "The Prestige" (2006), which turned prestidigitation into an end in itself.
6, Through a friend, I managed to become the student of a magician specializing in prestidigitation (sleight of hand) and pick-pocketing techniques.
More similar words: presentation, representation, digital, limitation, invitation, rehabilitation, interpretation, investigation, representative, question, in question, suggestion, orientation, restriction, questionnaire, prescription, beyond question, out of the question, confrontation, appreciation, reservation, transportation, implementation, esterification, statistics, statistical, depression, impression, prevention, prediction.