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

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They chiseled statues, painted pictures and "witched the world" with form and color.
He at once said the cow was witched, and told them of a way to find out the person who had done so.
So honest was he in his views, so learned and so unobtrusive, that he had witched away the heart of the House.
If wishing could have witched it into Mr. Cole's sketch-book, he would have a new variety of water for his next composition.
PENCILLINGS BY THE WAYN. PARKER WILLIS
He has been witched, as if he were only twenty, by this lass of Adam Ferris's.
PATSYS. R. CROCKETT
Famed unfortunates all, yet the world was witched and became enslaved by their pessimistic theories of life.
BROWNING AND DOGMAETHEL M. NAISH
The still prevalent dulness varied by speech from Plunket; witched the House by music of stately though simple eloquence.
"It's witched, clean witched; as sure as I'm a born woman," said Betty.
"I do believe that she is witched," he said, as he turned away towards his own house.
NINA BALATKAANTHONY TROLLOPE
And you do look like something witched—but you've been witched for happiness.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT