Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, late 17th century
1- (exclamation) A word said by magicians when performing a magic trick.
2- The implausibly easy achievement of difficult feats.
Examples of Abracadabra in a sentence
« The ‘abracadabra!’ was accompanied by a quick puff of smoke from the wand. »
« It seems like a lot of work, but with a little abracadabra we’ll get this garage cleaned out in an afternoon. »