[ UK /wˈɪt‍ʃəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the art of sorcery
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How To Use witchery In A Sentence

  • In witchery, the relationship between teacher and student is, to say the least, intimate.
  • I don't necessarily have a green thumb, but with my interest in kitchen witchery, I try to keep some herbs and other small plants growing.
  • The gipsy fascination, the abandoned, perverse bewitchery of this female devil of the dance is not to be described by mouth, typewriter, or quilled pen. The Merry-Go-Round
  • This, I say, is that which makes them sell eternity for a song, give away their souls for a trifle, and turn their backs upon glory and immortality, and God himself, under the pinch of any present pain, or the bewitchery of some present pleasure. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. IV.
  • If you're being troubled by witchery, maybe you can go stay with Rob.
  • Primitive religion includes worship of natural, totem and ancestor, Manitou concept, witchery, taboos, religion festival and folk tales.
  • The pursuit has always interested my imagination more than any other, and I remember before having my first portrait taken, there was a great bewitchery in the idea, as if it were a magic process. Passages from the American Notebooks, Volume 2.
  • Sure they use samples, vocoders and other electronic witchery as well, but they avoid the sometimes thin, stiff house experience by using guitars, bass and drums as key ingredients.
  • This was the foundation for many religions, and for witchery.
  • Such witchery is the sounds, the vibration of sequacious/delicious surges (undertoning urges)/such a soft floating witchery of sound. [ Sounding Romantic: The Sound of Sound
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