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A female sorcerer; a witch.
sorcerer, sorceress, witch, wizard, warlock, enchanter, enchantress, necromancer, spellcaster, druid, shaman, witch doctor, magus, alchemistView synonyms
- ‘Her mother was one of the most feared sorceresses around.’
- ‘So, you just mindlessly kill all sorcerers and sorceresses?’
- ‘Sometimes she sends a sorceresses or two to help a kingdom that she favors.’
- ‘The sorceresses signed a treaty with the queen and now no one will help us.’
- ‘Besides, many demons want to recruit powerful sorcerers and sorceresses.’
- ‘‘My Lady, just call me Glenda, a seer or a sorceress others would say,’ she replied with a smile.’
- ‘Aidia's other sister Brianina was studying to become one of the greatest, and most powerful sorceresses in the world.’
- ‘Melayn was the High Sorceress, the highest possible rank a sorceress could hope to attain.’
- ‘And so, to make certain that the sorceress's prophecy did not come to pass, the king disguised himself as a traveling merchant and set off for the peasant's home.’
- ‘Where did I fit into this strange universe with sorceresses and powerful stones.’
- ‘She was considered to be a sorceress who could make the Moon disappear at will.’
- ‘She has an army and a counsel of twelve sorceresses.’
- ‘Slowly the other sorceresses and magicians had reclaimed some of the colors, but they were rare and hard to conjure.’
- ‘But it's true, there's no such thing as sorcerers or sorceresses.’
- ‘It's hidden because that's the graveyard of sorceresses and sorcerers.’
- ‘She took in a deep breath and wondered if she looked like a mystical sorceress with all her hair waving wildly about her.’
- ‘However, they did not know that actually some of them are sorcerers and sorceresses…’
- ‘They called them sorceresses or ‘people who divined by the spirit.’’
- ‘She is to stand trial and to be punished by the counsel of sorceresses.’
- ‘He could tell easily that they were black sorceresses.’
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