Origin of sorceress
Examples from the Web for sorceress
Endor is a sorceress who may or may not actually be able to converse with the dead.Monsignor Meth Kevin Wallin: The Kinky Priest Who Sold Meth|Michael Daly|January 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is, however, a sorceress who can transform people into various animals.
When the sorceress had disappeared, the free-trader resumed his former ease of manner, seeming to speak and act more naturally.The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas|James Fenimore Cooper
Heliodora had gone to consult the sorceress in a simple but rich dress.The Bride of the Nile, Complete|Georg Ebers
Instead of answering the sorceress, the poor little one threw himself sobbing upon her neck.
This again shows the sincerity of the sorceress in the carrying out of these practices.Princes and Poisoners|Frantz Funck-Brentano
Basina was a sorceress, one who could divine the future and also bestow the gift upon others.Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine|Lewis Spence
Word Origin and History for sorceress
late 14c., from Anglo-French sorceresse, from sorcer (see sorcerer).