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sorceress

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Magic
sorceresssor‧cer‧ess /ˈsɔːsərɪs $ ˈsɔːr-/ noun [countable]  ROMa woman in stories who uses magic and receives help from evil forceswitch
Examples from the Corpus
sorceressHer painting protects her, as magic does a sorceress, but it also endangers her.I imagined a sorceress inside performing her rites behind the window, with a red kerchief.In the civilized countries I believe there are no witches left, nor wizards, nor sorceresses, nor magicians.It was dead, shrivelled, blown to dust, exactly as the sorceress had said it would be, centuries earlier.The second time he did so, he was caught by the sorceress, who threatened to punish him for his thievery.She began climbing, until she too reached the sorceress Zenaida's hideaway in the clouds.So the sorceress wanted Rapunzel more than her parents did, or so it seems.
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