victoriousvocabulary:

INCANTATION
[noun]
1. the chanting or uttering of words purporting to have magical power.
2. the formula employed; a spell or charm.
3. magical ceremonies.
4. magic; sorcery.
5. repetitious wordiness used to conceal a lack of content; obfuscation.
Etymology: Middle English < Late Latin incantātiōn- (stem of incantātiō), equivalent to incantāt(us) past participle of incantāre - to put a spell on, bewitch, enchant.
[John British Dixon]

victoriousvocabulary:

INCANTATION

[noun]

1. the chanting or uttering of words purporting to have magical power.

2. the formula employed; a spell or charm.

3. magical ceremonies.

4. magic; sorcery.

5. repetitious wordiness used to conceal a lack of content; obfuscation.

Etymology: Middle English < Late Latin incantātiōn- (stem of incantātiō), equivalent to incantāt(us) past participle of incantāre - to put a spell on, bewitch, enchant.

[John British Dixon]

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