cantrip definition

  • noun:
    • Scots A magic spell; a witch's strategy.
    • Chiefly British A deceptive move; a sham.
    • A spell or incantation; a trifling secret trick.
    • A charm; a spell; an incantation.
    • some mischief artfully or adroitly done; a trick.
    • Scots A magic spell; a witch's trick.
    • Chiefly British A deceptive move; a sham.
    • A spell or incantation; a trifling secret trick.
    • A charm; a spell; an incantation.
    • a bit of mischief artfully or adroitly carried out; a trick.

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