Synonyms for Magical:

adj.

magical (adjective)
mysterious, magic, enchanting, mystic, Thaumaturgic, enchanted, witching, wizardly, sorcerous.
miraculous (adjective)
supernatural.
secret (adjective)
mystic.
talismanic (adjective)
witching.

n.

enchantment, extrasensory perception, black magic, enchanted, alchemy, halloween, the black arts, curse, abracadabra, ESP. nice, enjoyable, cheerful, lovely, attractive, restful, Thaumaturgical, pleasant, talismanic, pleasing, Theurgical, Thaumaturgic, relaxing, fey, pleasurable, Theurgic. magical (noun)
magic, wizardly, sorcerous, witching, wizard, charming, supernatural.
occult (noun)
enchanting, mystic, mysterious.

Other synonyms:

Theurgic, Thaumaturgical, talismanic, Theurgical, Thaumaturgic. fey, mysterious. charmed
enchanted.
Other relevant words:
enjoyable, ESP, alchemy, mystic, curse, lovely, attractive, talismanic, restful, pleasing, pleasurable, enchanting, nice, enchanted, Thaumaturgical, cheerful, relaxing, abracadabra, Theurgical, Thaumaturgic, Theurgic, enchantment, pleasant, halloween, fey, mysterious.

Usage examples for magical

  1. Her eyes dilated and held his steady gaze prisoner as with a magical charm- neither could look away from the other's wild, searching gaze. – Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
  2. So he told his servant to go to the Fool and tell him that before the Tzar had finished his dinner the Fool was to bring him some of the magical water of life. – Old Peter's Russian Tales by Arthur Ransome
  3. In neither this case, nor in that in which the hot bath is employed, is the result of the agent as magical as people sometimes seem to expect. – The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases by Charles West, M.D.