witchcraft[ wich-kraft, -krahft ]SEE DEFINITION OF witchcraft
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Witchcraft and sorcery he called it, and in Zuñi to be accused of witchcraft is death.
At first the Hurons believed the Delaware had been thus deformed by witchcraft.
They were obliged to say, that these miracles were wrought by witchcraft and the devil.
He waged war against astrology, alchemy, witchcraft, and like impostures.
Now, I do verily believe there is witchcraft in the tender passion.
On them the dark machinations of witchcraft, and the sullen spirits of darkness have no power.
"Excuse me, I—" said Hal, with an uncanny feeling that there was witchcraft somewhere.
The Duchess was tried in the year 1441, for treason and witchcraft.
In the same town, in 1590, Margaret Read was burnt for witchcraft.
Young girls, women, boys and men are often accused of witchcraft.