Witch


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Drug slang A regional street term for various drugs—e.g., heroin; cocaine
Paranormal A shaman in the Middle Ages who peddled cures, spells, hexes
References in classic literature ?
Dorothy was going to ask another question, but just then the Munchkins, who had been standing silently by, gave a loud shout and pointed to the corner of the house where the Wicked Witch had been lying.
The feet of the dead Witch had disappeared entirely, and nothing was left but the silver shoes.
She was so old," explained the Witch of the North, "that she dried up quickly in the sun.
The Witch of the East was proud of those silver shoes," said one of the Munchkins, "and there is some charm connected with them; but what it is we never knew.
The Munchkins and the Witch first looked at one another, and then at Dorothy, and then shook their heads.
At last the old witch clinched her fist and shook it at the figure.
cried the old witch, setting her hands to her sides and laughing loudly.
Gouty as the old fellow is, he'll run thy errands for thee, when once thou hast given him that word in his ear," said the old witch.
Here the witch thrust her wrinkled face close to the puppet's, chuckling irrepressibly, and fidgeting all through her system, with delight at the idea which she meant to communicate.
The witch suspected no evil, and her mouth watered to taste the new dish, so that she went into the kitchen to prepare it herself.
Immediately the charm worked, and she became a donkey, and ran out to join the old witch, and the dish with the salad in it fell to the ground.
Then the Hunter said that to the old donkey, which was the witch, three beatings and one meal; to the younger one, which was the servant, one beating and three meals; and to the youngest one, which was the maiden, no beating and three meals; for he could not find it in his heart to let the maiden be beaten.