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Prestidigitation(n.) Legerdemain; sleight of hand; juggling. ...
Prestidigitator(n.) One skilled in legerdemain or sleight of hand; ...
Prestige(v.) Delusion; illusion; trick. ...
Prestige(v.) Weight or influence derived from past success; expectation ...
Prestigiation(n.) Legerdemain; prestidigitation. ...
Prestigiator(n.) A juggler; prestidigitator. ...
Prestigiatory(a.) Consisting of impostures; juggling. ...
Prestigious(a.) Practicing tricks; juggling. ...
Prestimony(n.) A fund for the support of a priest, ...
Prestissimo(adv.) Very quickly; with great rapidity. ...
 
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