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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of witch.


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  • When he faced going broke during the historic drought of the 1950s, he "witched" for water and dug the first irrigation well in that part of the county. - Highschool

  • Or the flesh might be witched, infected, or otherwise “occupied” by other Spirits.

    Fire The Sky

  • I think She should stop prtending that she is a christian while she has lots of people doing witched craft for her.

    Scenes from the trail: Obama's 'caminata'

  • Afterwards Jim said the witches be witched him and put him in a trance, and rode him all over the State, and then set him under the trees again, and hung his hat on a limb to show who done it.

    The War of The Worlds

  • A smile witched across his lips as he pressed against the wall.

    Snarklings Brave the Snarkometer, #44

  • “I do believe that she is witched,” he said, as he turned away towards his own house.

    Nina Balatka

  • The Thing began again its murmurings — now infinitely caressing, coaxing — like the song of a siren from some witched star!

    The Moon Pool

  • He had witched a window-fortunately that had had only had a small metal catch-near FitzRoy's apartment during his "official" visit to Windsor, when he had asked the children to see their wing of the palace.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • Beneath the witched window, Denoriel stopped, put his back to the wall, and stood, hardly breathing, listening.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • He drank it off, and she took a lute from one of the singers and played upon it with skill which witched away the sense of all who heard.

    The Brown Fairy Book

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