The nights were almost as bright as the days and seemed to hold a witchery which ran like fire in the veins of the forest folk.
She laid back her veil and even in the darkness I felt the witchery of her glance.
A soft island melody was wafted from the fo'c'stle, and the night was alive with all the witchery of the tropics.
Thus we are led to infer that the contradiction is an appearance only, and witchery of the senses.
There was about her a fascination I cannot explain, a something independent of externals—a witchery to be felt but not defined.
It was the witchery of the music that called up the glorious past.
The poets, in successive ages, have delighted in bearing witness to this witchery of The Faerie Queene.
What was there in her smile that should seem to summon one with a spell of witchery?
No; her wiles and witchery, for she was not a woman to love anyone or anything.
I ferret out all their secrets and can see through their masks; but I use no witchery about it.