In an interview with the Today show, Sheen ranted about “tiger blood” and “Adonis DNA,” and referred to himself as a “warlock.”
With so much experience in rehab, this "warlock"—Sheen's word choice, not ours—might as well be an expert on recovery.
Another was an offer to rename a suite "the warlock Room" in his honor.
Alas, Charlie Harper might be dead, but the warlock lives on.
I choose my favorite New Mutants character for the lady in the Nightcrawler T-shirt (warlock, for the record).
And we plan a corroboree at the colony after the warlock is down, when there will be some excellently practiced singing.
Ye'll neither dee for your wit nor be drowned for a warlock.
At that moment she caught Mr. warlock's eyes mournfully fixed upon her.
The skipper of the warlock gazed until he was completely sure.
Now Vigi the warlock knew every man's affairs who came to the steading or left it.
Old English wærloga "traitor, liar, enemy," from wær "faith, a compact" (cf. Old High German wara "truth," Old Norse varar "solemn promise, vow;" see very; cf. also Varangian) + agent noun related to leogan "to lie" (see lie (v.1)).
Original primary sense seems to have been "oath-breaker;" given special application to the devil (c.1000), but also used of giants and cannibals. Meaning "one in league with the devil" is recorded from c.1300. Ending in -ck and meaning "male equivalent of a witch" (1560s) are from Scottish.