witchcraft

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witch·craft

 (wĭch′krăft′)
n.
1. Magic; sorcery.
2. Wicca.
3. A magical or irresistible influence, attraction, or charm.

witchcraft

(ˈwɪtʃˌkrɑːft)
n
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) the art or power of bringing magical or preternatural power to bear or the act or practice of attempting to do so
2. (Alternative Belief Systems) the influence of magic or sorcery
3. fascinating or bewitching influence or charm

witch•craft

(ˈwɪtʃˌkræft, -ˌkrɑft)

n.
1. the art or practices of a witch; sorcery; magic.
2. magical influence; witchery.
[before 950]

witchcraft

From the Anglo-Saxon wiccecraft meaning “craft of the wise.”
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.witchcraft - the art of sorcerywitchcraft - the art of sorcery      
black art, black magic, necromancy, sorcery - the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world

witchcraft

noun magic, spell, witching, voodoo, the occult, wizardry, black magic, enchantment, occultism, sorcery, incantation, Wicca, the black art, witchery, necromancy, sortilege She was found guilty of witchcraft and burned at the stake.

witchcraft

noun
The use of supernatural powers to influence or predict events:
Translations
سِحْر، عِرافَه
hekseri
noituus
galdrar
čarovnija
bajanjevračanjeбајањеврачање
büyücülük

witchcraft

[ˈwɪtʃkrɑːft] Nbrujería f

witchcraft

[ˈwɪtʃkrɑːft] nsorcellerie fwitch doctor nsorcier m (de tribu)witch hazel n
(= shrub) → hamamélis m
(= liquid) → teinture f d'hamaméliswitch hunt nchasse f aux sorcières

witchcraft

[ˈwɪtʃˌkrɑːft] nstregoneria

witch

(witʃ) noun
a woman who is supposed to have powers of magic, usually through working with the devil.
ˈwitchcraft noun
magic practised by a witch etc.
ˈwitch-doctor noun
in some African tribes, a person whose profession is to cure illness and keep away evil magical influences.

witchcraft

n brujería