[ wich-ee ]

adjective,witch·i·er, witch·i·est.
  1. accomplished by or as if by witchcraft: strange, witchy sounds.

  2. similar to or characteristic of a witch; witchlike: a witchy enjoyment of mischief-making.

Origin of witchy

First recorded in 1660–70; witch + -y1

Words Nearby witchy

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How to use witchy in a sentence

  • And she looked a trifle witchy this morning without the rejuvenating spells of her maid.

    What Will People Say? | Rupert Hughes
  • And every time you do old witchy Crosspatch makes everything seem disagreeable!

    Friendly Fairies | Johnny Gruelle
  • The abundance of animals and the witchy control she exerted over them, simply reinforced the spell over an impressionable child.

    The Land of Look Behind | Paul Cameron Brown
  • Anything ghosty or witchy, or any sort of fortune-telling, you mean, I suppose.

    Betty's Happy Year | Carolyn Wells