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sorceress | sorcering | sorcerise | sorcerize | sorcerous | sorcery | sord | sordes | sordet | sordid | sordidly


5 in 4 verses (in OT : 4 in 3 verses) (in NT : 1 in 1 verses)


sorceryn. [OE. sorcerie, OF. sorcerie, fr. OF. & F. sorcier a sorcerer, LL. sortiarius, fr. L. sors, sortis, a lot, decision by lot, fate, destiny. See Sort, n.].
     Divination by the assistance, or supposed assistance, of evil spirits, or the power of commanding evil spirits; magic; necromancy; witchcraft; enchantment.  [1913 Webster]
    "Adder's wisdom I have learned,
    To fence my ear against thy sorceries.
    "  [1913 Webster]



n. The ancient prototype and forerunner of political influence. It was, however, deemed less respectable and sometimes was punished by torture and death. Augustine Nicholas relates that a poor peasant who had been accused of sorcery was put to the torture to compel a confession. After enduring a few gentle agonies the suffering simpleton admitted his guilt, but naively asked his tormentors if it were not possible to be a sorcerer without knowing it.



Black Mass, Prospero, Satanism, airiness, appearance, astrology, augury, bewitchment, black art, black magic, chthonian worship, clairvoyance, crystal ball, crystal gazing, delusiveness, demonism, demonography, demonolatry, demonology, demonomancy, demonomy, demonry, devil lore, devil worship, devilry, diablerie, diabolism, diabology, diabolology, divination, divining, enchantment, fallaciousness, false appearance, false light, false show, falseness, fortunetelling, haruspication, haruspicy, horoscopy, idealization, illusionism, illusionist, illusiveness, immateriality, incantation, magic, magic act, magic show, magician, mantic, mantology, necromancy, palm-reading, palmistry, prestidigitation, pythonism, seeming, semblance, shamanism, show, simulacrum, sleight of hand, sorcerer, sortilege, specious appearance, thaumaturgy, unactuality, unreality, unsubstantiality, white magic, witchcraft, witching, wizardry




N sorcery, occult art, occult sciences, magic, the black art, necromancy, theurgy, thaumaturgy, demonology, demonomy, demonship, diablerie, bedevilment, witchcraft, witchery, glamor, fetishism, fetichism, feticism, ghost dance, hoodoo, obi, obiism, voodoo, voodooism, Shamanism (Esquimaux), vampirism, conjuration, bewitchery, exorcism, enchantment, mysticism, second sight, mesmerism, animal magnetism, od force, odylic force, electrobiology, clairvoyance, spiritualism, spirit rapping, table turning, divination, sortilege, ordeal, sortes Virgilianae, hocus-pocus, magic, magical, mystic, weird, cabalistic, talismanic, phylacteric, incantatory, charmed, Circean, odylic, voodoo.

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