- witch + -y (Wiktionary)
“We drove down to Wickford, because there was something I needed, a certain witchy something, which I'd hoped they might have at the Grateful Heart.”
“He introduced his ole lady as we entered, where she grunted and left the house with a certain witchy slam of the door.”
“The person I'm living with -- Miss Bogle -- isn't her name witchy?' and she smiled a little.”
“And 'queenly' becomes 'witchy' -- a powerful sorceress who can mysteriously bend people's will to do the most horrific acts against nature, man and God.”
“She's been likened to a Lorena Bobbitt, a hellish housewife, described as witchy, a she-devil, anti-male, a strip teaser.”
“She's been likened to Lorena Bobbitt, a hellish housewife, described as witchy, a she-devil, anti - male, a strip teaser.”
“Gretchen will have you know that she also does not like Andy's look, and thinks MC's textile "witchy" (previously, during Tim's critiques, she gave Christopher's work a C-plus; I bet you anything she keeps her own scorecards).”
“You can tell Leslie fears it will look "witchy," as Charlie used to order.”
“He has called her "witchy" and likened her voice to "fingernails on a blackboard.”
“Matthews has described Clinton as "witchy" and -- in what appears to be a classic case of projection -- claimed that "some men" say Clinton's voice sounds like "fingernails on a blackboard.”
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