[ UK /wˈɪt‍ʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪtʃ/ ]
  1. an ugly evil-looking old woman
  2. a believer in Wicca
  3. a being (usually female) imagined to have special powers derived from the devil
  4. a female sorcerer or magician
  1. cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
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How To Use witch In A Sentence

  • Sodium thiopental was used by most U.S. states as part of a lethal injection combination, but many have switched to an alternative drug called pentobarbital amid an ongoing shortage. The Seattle Times
  • Mostly, however, she seems to be held in some kind of incommunicado status until they need a sound bite, and then they throw the power switch, download the text and out she spits it, with all the emotion of an automaton. Condi a Waste of Time
  • Once the bewitcher is unmasked they are then confronted and asked to call off the attack.
  • In fact, little by little the term necromancy lost its strict meaning and was applied to all forms of black art, becoming closely associated with alchemy, witchcraft, and magic. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • I verified the engine switches were in the proper position while my copilot completed the checklist, which requires checking the voltmeter to make sure the remaining generator is not overworked.
  • He seemed nervous and twitchy as he came up close to Cleo, and rested a hand on the toe of her boot.
  • The use of steam-driven bellows in blast furnaces helped ironmakers switch over from charcoal (limited in quantity) to coke, which is made from coal, in the smelting of pig iron.
  • When the genie tricks the child into setting him free, the witch is in trouble.
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  • The witchetty grub, for the aboriginal people that depended on them, was a very important thing. Times, Sunday Times
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