Thesaurus / witching

opposites of witching

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The picture of that winter night, the witching face of Lisbeth and her mocking laugh as she rode away, kept recurring to his mind.
RODNEY, THE RANGERJOHN V. LANE
He must be indeed calloused who can withstand, unmoved, the battery of their witching eyes.
AZTEC LANDMATURIN M. BALLOU
The witching hour of sunrise is fitted for confidential communications.
He did what he liked with a congregation largely composed of the motley worldlings of Witching Hill.
WITCHING HILLE. W. HORNUNG
Night waned upon this talk, and even the witching hour had gone by, before we retired to rest.
FRANKENSTEINMARY W. SHELLEY
A long time—how long I cannot guess—that beautiful bird sat and sang his witching evening hymn, while I listened spellbound.
LITTLE BROTHERS OF THE AIROLIVE THORNE MILLER
It is undoubtedly the witching hour for pineapple lemonades, said Ruth.
It would cost too great an effort to keep awake until that witching hour.
But beyond all that kindled a flame within the hitherto obdurate heart of Thomas, was the witching influence of her smile.
What, therefore, can be said of this book, which contains no less than four types of witching and buoyant femininity?
THE BRIGHT FACE OF DANGERROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS

WORDS RELATED TO WITCHING

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