Wiccan

[ US /ˈwɪkən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to Wicca
NOUN
  1. a believer in Wicca
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How To Use Wiccan In A Sentence

  • Well, if you're a Wiccan, and don't care if other traditions are mislabelled as being the same as yours, you need not do anything.
  • BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Wolf, it's called a Wiccan pentacle. CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2007
  • Bartlett is Wiccan, which is a religion associated with nature and the earth. CNN Transcript Sep 3, 2007
  • As one moves further from the Wiccan mainstream, neopaganism's eclectic quality - its status as a religion of appropriation - becomes yet more obvious.
  • The law of threefold return was introduced in the Wiccan rede, developed ostensibly by Gardner and Valiente IIRC, and likely ghostwritten by Crowley.
  • Wiccans and witches as well as magicians, generally do not like to be labelled in this manner.
  • According to one major study, Wiccans - one of several subgroups of pagans - made up the fastest-growing religion in the continental United States in the 1990s.
  • For some time, a desire had been growing in me to externalize some of the internal work I had been pursuing with such fervor, and the richness of Wiccan ritual seemed the perfect vehicle for that expression.
  • When I was in college, a lot of us liked to think we were Zen Buddhists, but weren't; and Wiccan is a pretend-religion made up by moderns for their amusement. April 9th, 2009
  • Having said that, should such individuals choose to have a minister, imam, priest, rabbi, shaman or wiccan "consecrate" the affair - after the fact that's their own business. Michael B. Laskoff: Death to Family Values - Zippers at Half Mast
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