Definition of witchlike in English:

witchlike

adjective

  • See witch

    • ‘In her paintings she can seem witchlike, devoted to dark causes, even as she compels admiration for her translucent flesh and riveting gaze.’
    • ‘Her witchlike magic had even been reluctantly accepted.’
    • ‘Some are corrupt and powerfully untouchable from the start, others are mad and witchlike.’
    • ‘They were costumed performers struggling against an evil witchlike villain, Benita Bizarre, and her costumed or puppet minions in a gigantic garden world.’
    • ‘I always pictured Mrs. Whatsit in particular as being elderly - an eccentric old lady with a witchlike quality.’

Pronunciation

witchlike

/ˈwɪtʃ(ə)lʌɪk/