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witchery

noun witch·ery \ˈwi-chə-rē, ˈwich-rē\
plural witch·er·ies

Definition of WITCHERY

1
a :  the practice of witchcraft :  sorcery
b :  an act of witchcraft
2
:  an irresistible fascination

Examples of WITCHERY

  1. <the movie star's violet eyes are frequently cited as the source of her cinematic witchery>
  2. <a tale of horror replete with eerie hauntings and evil witchery>

First Known Use of WITCHERY

1546

Rhymes with WITCHERY

WITCHERY Defined for Kids

witchery

noun witch·ery \ˈwi-chə-rē\
plural witch·er·ies

Definition of WITCHERY for Kids

1
2
:  power to charm or fascinate

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