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


Once they've been away, it's witched they are—longing and longing to go back again.

The beauty and gaiety of Melisselda witched the stubbornest sceptics.

She affirmed that she was witched, and that a clergyman could withdraw the curse.

I thought there was a time when that face had witched many a heart with its smiles.

He has been witched, as if he were only twenty, by this lass of Adam Ferris's.

Under the circumstances she said Mrs. Williams had witched her.

The fault was just half mine, you see, for I witched with him.

She has witched the Queen's womb long ago, and witched the whole harvest.

In fact every gardener or gardener's lad had been witched away.

"It's witched, clean witched; as sure as I'm a born woman," said Betty.