Definition Of witch

verb

(of a witch) cast an evil spell on.

Mrs. Mucharski had somehow witched the house

a woman thought to have evil magic powers. Witches are popularly depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat, and flying on a broomstick.

She was half Indian and she had told him many stories about witches and black magic.

an edible North Atlantic flatfish that is of some commercial value.

I'm talking flat fish, Lemon sole, Dover sole, plaice, dabs, witch , turbot, halibut, brill and skate.

Example Of witch

  • A witch or warlock can take the magic out of a being, and posses another being with it, like a broom, for flying.

  • Among the various novels, there is one in which Updike founds and then overthrows his own African nation; in another he conjures up weird witchy sisters and they conjure up thunderstorms, love charms and cancer.

  • Anyway, you shouldn't be listening to what Molly says in the first place, that old ugly witch .

  • Apparently, she was an ugly, old witch , but I doubted it.

  • ‘Looks like we got an ugly witch here all alone,’ said the guy in front of her.


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