adjective, witch·i·er, witch·i·est.

accomplished by or as if by witchcraft: strange, witchy sounds.
similar to or characteristic of a witch; witchlike: a witchy enjoyment of mischief-making.

Origin of witchy

First recorded in 1660–70; witch + -y1
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  • Anything ghosty or witchy, or any sort of fortune-telling, you mean, I suppose.

    Betty's Happy Year

    Carolyn Wells

  • There was a round moon in the sky, shining over the roof of the barn, and the yard was full of a white, witchy radiance.

    The Backwoodsmen

    Charles G. D. Roberts

  • But Margaret was whimsical and witchy as she came upon the two in the small arbour by the lake.

    The Place Beyond the Winds

    Harriet T. Comstock

  • 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

  • And every time you do old Witchy Crosspatch makes everything seem disagreeable!

    Friendly Fairies

    Johnny Gruelle