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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Magic
hexhex /heks/ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š American EnglishROM an evil curse that brings trouble πŸ”Š I think he’s trying to put a hex on me. β€”hex verb [transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
hexβ€’ Jaq recoiled, gesturing a hex.β€’ Aware of a hex and sure of its power, the victim falls into learned helplessness and slides into submissive death.β€’ My job was to burr hexes.β€’ Now all they have to worry about is hexes, black magic, devil worship, voodoo curses and the occult.β€’ Walls, ceilings, floors were clad in smooth obsidian and jet carved with runes, sacred hexes and texts.β€’ She believed in the infinite, untouchable forces that made up the hidden universe: hexes and curses, destiny and karma.β€’ Maybe it was the bye week hex.put ... hex onβ€’ I think he's trying to put a hex on me.
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