witch doctor

NOUN
  1. someone who is believed to heal through magical powers
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How To Use witch doctor In A Sentence

  • Many people still consult native healers, including witch doctors, voodoo practitioners, and herbalists.
  • The combination of sentiment and silliness works brilliantly, and the sight of Ricky in full voodoo witch doctor regalia mesmerized by his newborn son is an iconographic moment in I Love Lucy's run.
  • Sorcerer and witch doctor, grigri and juju, are still an integral part of the African pattern.
  • She thought she could cure herself with witch doctors. Times, Sunday Times
  • Does she draw a clear parallel between witch doctors and modern medical workers? Exploring language (6th edn)
  • A witch doctor for a president who has been called a Kenyan musim? Obama as witch doctor: Racist or satirical?
  • Steel axes replace stone axes, outboard motors replace sails, modern medicine replaces witch doctoring, transistor radios and cellular phones are eagerly sought.
  • The indigenous cultures of South Africa have a very strong belief in the power of their sangomas or witch doctors.
  • That cheery assessment is what distinguishes "Masters of Management" from its predecessor, which was more dourly titled "The Witch Doctors" and was written by Mr. Wooldridge with his Economist colleague John Micklethwait in 1996. Reworking The Workplace
  • The witch doctors were smearing them with paste and shouting spells at them. Times, Sunday Times
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