(?), n.;
pl. Witcheries ().
1. Sorcery; enchantment; witchcraft.
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Great Comus,
Deep skilled in all his mother's witcheries.
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A woman infamous . . . for witcheries.
Sir W. Scott.
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2. Fascination; irresistible influence; enchantment.
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He never felt
The witchery of the soft blue sky.
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The dear, dear witchery of song.
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