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Michelin noted the expression of creativity and “serious culinary sorcery.”

Tom Holland is still a Spider-Man fan at heartThe second post-credits scene is less spider-villains, more sorcery.

The trailer for Multiverse of Madness suggests that Doctor Strange’s sorcery may have disrupted the multiverse permanently.

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“The Chosen and the Beautiful,” by Nghi VoIn this reimagined “Great Gatsby,” partygoers drink demon blood, sorcery twists the beams of reality, and Jay Gatsby is a bisexual vampire.

Saudi Arabia has recently beheaded women for “sorcery” but has avoided apostasy trials involving its few Christian converts.

For foreign household workers in Saudi Arabia, most of them women, sorcery charges are more common than you might think.

Saudi citizens, too, have been arraigned, and executed, for sorcery.

Payback against those accused of practicing sorcery is a deep-set custom in some parts of the ethnically diverse nation.

Off screen, though, Momoa is already looking past the world of on-screen sorcery.

Oh, sorcery of the most wonderful magician of letters the world has seen since Shakespeare!

Robin was convicted of sorcery, and, persevering in his error, was burned alive in the Place du Parvis.

But in this Domdaniel of Sorcery even his assurance was wavering—I will tell you later, he replied nervously.

This is strange,” thought he, “that in the house of sorcery there should be food so wholesome.

He could express it in the semantics of spiritism, or he could admit to witchcraft and sorcery.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sorcery, such as: abracadabra, alchemy, bewitchment, charm, conjuring, and devilry.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.