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By and by Hagar came down along the sand in a great hood-cloak that gave her a most weird and witchlike appearance.
CULM ROCKGLANCE GAYLORD
We photographed the wind-swept cypress trees, beaten and twisted into witchlike shapes by the free Pacific breezes.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT BY THE LINCOLN HIGHWAYEFFIE PRICE GLADDING
He went away and left her to the care of the witchlike old woman.
THE BRIDE OF THE TOMB AND QUEENIE'S TERRIBLE SECRETMRS. ALEXANDER MCVEIGH MILLER
In the light of the candle which contended with the moonbeams Hannah's wrinkled face looked witchlike as she bent over the bed.
SHAPES THAT HAUNT THE DUSKVARIOUS
The moonlight streaming upon the girl showed her beauty in a witchlike brightness.
JANET OF THE DUNESHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
The decaying, witchlike beauty of the season tricked and frightened her; autumn was a hard hill to climb.
REGIMENT OF WOMENCLEMENCE DANE
The gatherer of herbs and roots was not, however, very witchlike in appearance.
THE AUTOMOBILE GIRLS ALONG THE HUDSONLAURA DENT CRANE
It is a thing for Vedder to paint, in witchlike browns and greys.
MARGARITA'S SOULINGRAHAM LOVELL

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