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noun as in person who casts spells over others

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That same year, you had The Witches, which was another cold, bitter role––though certainly in a different way.

Yet most people outside that little circle still believe in witches and ghosts and goblins, and are very pagan-minded.

Bennet, you might recall, was one of the few Democrats not running against witches who held on to beat a Tea Party GOPer.

Three powerful witches are reduced to jealous love interests and impotent villains.

I think using men to play the witches really helped because a lot of times, Lady Macbeth just seems like another witch.

They used to believe in witchcraft, and they burned millions—yes, millions—of innocent women as witches.

Jim was most ruined for a servant, because he got stuck up on account of having seen the devil and been rode by witches.

Rene, the perfumer, is kept under guard in his own house by Solern's equerry, and so are the two witches.

We are far from knowing just what happens when we pour acids and alkalies and foods into this witches' cauldron of blood.

All women affected by the belief in witches and in the uncleanness of woman.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to witches, such as: magician, enchanter, conjurer, sorcerer, necromancer, and occultist.

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