Examples of witchcraft in a Sentence
taught all of her daughters witchcraft
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Contemporaries who dared to suggest Native Americans were humans, too, were often exiled, accused of witchcraft, punished with whippings, even hanged for sedition.
More than 200 people in Salem are accused of practicing witchcraft.
After burning their witchcraft candles, the ladies clutch at quick fixes.
Clearly, a hearty dosage of witchcraft was conjured up for this pitch-perfect casting.
If witchcraft gets added to the next Winter Olympics, Rippon will get the gold easily.
These accounts, working in concert as part of large networks, pushed hundreds of thousands of inflammatory tweets, from fictitious tales of Democrats practicing witchcraft to hardline posts from users masquerading as Black Lives Matter activists.
She was known for bucking stereotypes of familiar science fiction—realms of interplanetary conflict, witchcraft, and space travel—especially in The Left Hand of Darkness, in which traditional gender roles are upended.
Readers of that book will remember that the Owens family's troubles began in 1620 when Maria Owens was charged with witchcraft.
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First Known Use of witchcraft
before 12th century
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