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witchy

[wich-ee] /ˈwɪtʃ i/
adjective, witchier, witchiest.
1.
accomplished by or as if by witchcraft:
strange, witchy sounds.
2.
similar to or characteristic of a witch; witchlike:
a witchy enjoyment of mischief-making.
Origin
1660-1670
1660-70; witch + -y1
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Examples from the web for witchy
  • witchy pagan chicks stalked by in coats of body paint.
  • Come dressed as a chipmunk and be ready to create a witchy craft, too.
  • The film is played as witchy, all-star vamping with a lethal sting.

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