noun, plural witch·er·ies.
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Nothing could have suited Louise better than this change of arena for the exercise of her wilfulness and witchery.Love Romances of the Aristocracy|Thornton Hall
The Circean witchery and enticement is all on the part of the dog-germ, not in the inclination of the molecules.Life: Its True Genesis|R. W. Wright
The witchery of her dancing showed rare art, which was lost altogether on the simple crowd.The Art of Disappearing|John Talbot Smith
But Arunodaya, careless of his minister, gave himself up a willing captive to the witchery of his Widydhar wife.A Syrup of the Bees|Anonymous
The load of care lifted from their hearts by the witchery of the night left room for aught save sober reflection.The Great Mogul|Louis Tracy