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necromancy in Occult topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnecromancynec‧ro‧man‧cy /ˈnekrəmænsi/ noun [uncountable]  1 ROMmagic, especially evil magic2 literaryRFRO the practice of claiming to talk with the deadnecromancer noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
necromancyNevertheless the ridding of my skin complaint by necromancy coincided with a shift in emphasis as far as my instruction was concerned.And that one had to appear, like a spirit raised by necromancy, suddenly almost within grasp of his hand.You may be versed in necromancy, and steeped in alchemy, and schooled in the ancient cruel arts of your realm.They are the Robemaker's sentinels, the effluence of necromancy, and you must be very very wary indeed of them.She had done the necromancy with a modicum of debonair detachment until the Army called out her husband for the second time.According to the lore of True Valiance, necromancy in any form was an abomination.Was that conclusive evidence that insanity was the salary of meddling with necromancy?