- n. Plural form of witch.
“The important question is not whether Christine O'Donnell is a witch, but does she believe the mythology spread by some evangelical preachers that Satan worshippers (which they call witches) are sacrificing thousands of humans in the woods outside our homes.”
“The question of whether one is willing to believe in witches is an old one.”
“Culling is the act of picking out the unwanted parts of something, easily construed to refer to culling the witches from the community.”
“She was referring to the witches having aided me during the battle.”
“The Vice Dean asked us to go upon to cruise about given Macbeth as good as his Lady change as they do, as good as to ask ourselves how absolute a influence of a witches is upon Macbeth.”
“Brazil used to be one of the top producers of cacao, until a fungus called witches'-broom struck the crop in the late 1980s and devastated the country's industry.”
“One of the most important operations of these witches is their coordination of the hardcore of U.S. astrology rackets.”
“To be fair, when it comes to describing the demise of wicked witches from the east, it's probably quite an apt metaphor.”
“Wicca 1940S, ENGLAND The largest branch of Paganism in the United States, its members are sometimes called witches; they follow a code of personal freedom and responsibility.”
“The problem with things like miracles and witches is that when you confront someone about it and ask them for the facts, they spend more time finding reasons for them than finding out whether they are true.”
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