With the power of Stevie Wonder, a hex has been put on a chair of the rival fan.
So, you were determined to find out what would happen if the hex were tried on a man?
The girl was a witch and she had put a hex on Mrs. Wladek, and that hex had to be removed.
In the evening you pass through the hex River country where the canyon is reminiscent of Colorado.
One thing, however, he had learned was that the hex at least worked on humans.
hex asked that he might be allowed to take lessons, and his uncle readily agreed.
In an instant Mirestone realized that the hex had not worked.
The hex of the white feather—I can hardly believe that I have at last tracked it down.
This went on during the whole day, until we got beyond hex River Mountain.
Darkness found the train labouring through the mountainous defile of the hex River.
1830, American English, from Pennsylvania German hexe "to practice witchcraft," from German hexen "to hex," related to Hexe "witch," from Middle High German hecse, hexse, from Old High German hagazussa (see hag). Noun meaning "magic spell" is first recorded 1909; earlier it meant "a witch" (1856).
hexa- or hex-
Containing six atoms, molecules, or groups: hexose.
A jinx or curse; the Indian Sign, Whammy: I lose every time, must be a hex on me
[1909+; ultimately fr German Hexe, ''witch'']
2. A 6-pack of anything (compare quad). Neither usage has anything to do with magic or black art, though the pun is appreciated and occasionally used by hackers. True story: As a joke, some hackers once offered some surplus ICs for sale to be worn as protective amulets against hostile magic. The chips were, of course, hex inverters.