sorcery (part of speech: noun)
diablerie, bewitchment, black art, astrology, black magic, enchantment, devil worship, occultism, demonology, devilry, necromancy, divination, magic, fortune telling, palmistry, clairvoyance, Wicca, necromancing, voodoo, Satanism, divining, study at magic, horoscopy, spell, demonism, sorcery, diabolism, augury, wizardry, shamanism
- Is there witchcraft in this thing, Andrew?" - "A Maker of History", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
- Two of these who lived in witchcraft times, a third in an intervening century, and a fourth in our own age, viz. - "Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism", Allen Putnam.
- In the course of a few days and nights it became evident to the Viking's wife how things stood with the little child- that it was under the influence of some terrible witchcraft. - "The Sand-Hills of Jutland", Hans Christian Andersen.