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We set out together through the olive orchards under the witchery of the moonlight.
SILVER CHIMES IN SYRIAW. S. NELSON
Two webfoot brothers loved a fairYoung lady, rich and good to see; And oh, her black abundant hair!And oh, her wondrous witchery!
THE BOOK OF HUMOROUS VERSEVARIOUS
It was the witchery of the music that called up the glorious past.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
Sylvia's responsive sense yielded to the witchery of the hour.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
The old witchery was in her voice, and the sleeping man answered to it.
A GERMAN POMPADOURMARIE HAY
I marvel not that in so many legends of witchery and seduction since the Odyssey the θεσπεσίη ἀοίδη has borne its part.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
The indisputable splendour of this music, its marvellous witchery,-89- are incurably external.
ASPECTS OF MODERN OPERALAWRENCE GILMAN
This has the effect of dissolving the witchery; and he is forthwith enabled to seize her and gallop off, not unpursued.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
It was the interval between beef-and calf-roundups, and the witchery of Indian Summer held the range-land in thrall.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
It came upon him suddenly that the sweet witchery, the glamor falling over him was—love.
JOLLY SALLY PENDLETONLAURA JEAN LIBBEY
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WORDS RELATED TO WITCHERY

  • charm
  • magic
  • magic spell
  • sorcery
  • witchery
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