from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any magical practice involving creating or casting spells, especially new enchantments or spells which are intricate or complex.
- n. The formula or formulation of one or more spells or enchantments; the individual parts constituting such a formulation; the inner workings or structure of a spell.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Power or effect of magic; that which is wrought by magic; enchantment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which is worked by spells or charms; power of magic; enchantment.
The druid changed the tempo of his spellwork, and the swarm immediately reacted.
The physical weapon but grazed him, yet that was enough for its potent energies to sear the archdruid to the very bone despite his spellwork.
It was now clear to him that the archdruid had stopped the spellwork due to the approach of outsiders.
With relief, he gave the other druids permission to end their spellwork.
Guiding them on, he had them turn their spellwork to his intention.
Accompanied by a small group of like-minded companions, he had walked into the desolate Barrens and had, with cunning spellwork, managed to bring forth enough water from deep, deep below to the parched realm to create a handful of small oases.
He, in turn, dropped his hands and cut off his spellwork.
On a more serious note, I find it incredibly hypocritical that Catholics and/or Christians have a problem with spellwork and magic anyway.
Heavy tail slapping against the floor, Mannoroth tried to return to the spellwork, but as he raised his still blood-soaked hand, his eyes widened.
“A stroke of luck that I sensed some spellwork as I passed near,” he rumbled.