witching

[ wich-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF witching

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WITCHING

He could not stay any longer, because the witching hour of flute-playing was drawing near.

He could not stay longer because the witching hour of flute-playing was drawing near.

There was a witching grace in their movements, and the Youth watched them intently.

The witching hour of sunrise is fitted for confidential communications.

The Witching Waves is a track that moves up and down in waves.

I will not light the lamp yet, for there is splendid moonlight, and it is such a witching hour.

Accordingly I took possession of it about the witching hour.

She was more witched than witching, she'd say to me, and warn me not to meddle.

It is the witching mirror of my stepmother, and she has seen it all.

He alone sits with his back to the open glade and to the witching moon.

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