verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of witch
Related formswitch·hood, nounwitch·like, adjectiveun·der·witch, noun
Examples from the Web for witch
Breitbart forced her to correct a small part of her story, but witch hunts like these will leave every victim cowering.
She faces a jury of famous villains and a judge from the Salem witch trials.
Likewise, pressure must be placed on Egypt to abandon its witch hunt of the Muslim Brotherhood.To Beat ISIS, the Arab World Must Promote Political and Religious Reforms|Rula Jebreal|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Opponents of same-sex marriage say that even liberals have started to feel the effects of the witch hunt.
The film will feature two new songs: one called “Rainbows,” and another for the Witch.‘Into the Woods’ Gets Disney-ed: Sondheim Confirms Movie Changes to His Musical|Tim Teeman|June 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No doubt the party indicated as the witch was very often another of the "good witches," perhaps a rival.A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718|Wallace Notestein
The witch goes up in the air with the fire, and nobody sees her any more.Basque Legends|Wentworth Webster
The only physician of the people for a thousand years was the Witch.La Sorcire: The Witch of the Middle Ages|Jules Michelet
Firstly, we find her as the beautiful and accomplished daughter of the witch, playing the part of a Medea, without her cruelty.Kalevala, Volume I (of 2)|Anonymous
In fact she was proud to make her neighbours believe her to be a witch.Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series|William Bottrell