Definition of sorceress
: a woman who is a sorcerer
Examples of sorceress in a Sentence
asked the sorceress to cast an evil spell over the village
Recent Examples of sorceress from the Web
In a new interview with Time, Kit Harington, who plays a bearded fellow who was killed and brought back to life by a sorceress, publicly provides some compelling evidence of the existence of climate change.
The sorceress’s spell is broken, and the Beast turns back into the Prince.
Halle Berry was playing Storm, who hails from African sorceresses and whose mutant powers include controlling the weather.
That’s where books like Confessions of a Part-time Sorceress: A Girl’s Guide to the D&D Game come in.
In Greek mythology, the sorceress Medea, enraged at being supplanted by a rival in the affections of her husband, Jason, presented the new bride with a robe possessing magical properties The wearer of the robe immediately suffered a violent death.
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Definition of sorceress for English Language Learners
: a woman who practices sorcery
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