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
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For a witchy vibe, slip your feet into pointed toes, toughen up your look with ankle boots, or if you're feeling really vampish, go with open toes and opt for a black or deep inky blue pedicure.
More sweet treats came in the form of colorfully iced cookies dangling from a witchy cookie tree (actually an iron dress form decorated with a hat and tutu).
Daniel Medley, from Wookey Hole, said: "We are expecting hundreds of male, female and trans-gender witches all in full witchy regalia competing for the 50k job opportunity in a X Factor style audition.
Give the people what they want' seems to be the Eagles' motto so the rest of the hour long first half saw the likes of Witchy Woman, Lyin' Eyes and Peaceful Easy Feeling given an airing, with each member taking a turn on lead vocals.
Much better were the unexpectedly abstract works, such as a spectacular, glistening copper wall sculpture in a complicated geometric pattern, Annabelle Moreau's Formatione Zig-Zag, 2009, or an Arte Povera-like sculpture of bubbling hot wax, A Bed of Time, 2007, by Maria Novella Del Signore--scalding, entropic, dangerous, unpredictable--that enhanced the witchy feeling of the whole show.
However, Sandy Rucker has lots of sass and verve as the witchy Sharpay, which comes in handy especially during the second act.
some witchy witchy tenement there from which, really,
But the folk passages blended with witchy female chants really get me.
Watching Rose slide down a dinosaur's neck, she sees "not a drooling tittie-girl but a chick who looks like a witchy Viking straddling a giant lizard," tripping the line into a youthful feminist terrain that echoes Trisha's earlier questions about gender roles and womanhood.
The Eagles did not disappoint, starting with classics like Take It Easy, Witchy Woman and Peaceful Easy Feeling before sustaining the mood via One Of These Nights, Lyin' Eyes and Tequila Sunrise.
Astrid, whiny and witchy, is experiencing teenage angst early.