Synonyms for Witchery:

n.

sorcery, supernatural, wizardry, witching, conjuration, magic, Sortilege, Thaumaturgy, theurgy. attractiveness, appeal, enchantment, allure, charisma, lure, fascination, allurement, enticement, like, glamour, pull, draw, magnetism, attraction, call, charm. black magic (noun)
magic, sorcery, witchcraft, wizardry.
charisma (noun)
fascination, magnetism, allure, appeal, glamour.
charm (noun)
allurement, lure, conjuration, attractiveness, attraction, charisma.
fascination (noun)
pull, charm, enchantment.
magnetism (noun)
draw.
necromancy (noun)
witching, Thaumaturgy.
thaumaturgy (noun)
theurgy, Sortilege.
witchery (noun)
witchcraft.

Other synonyms:

theurgy, Sortilege, allurement, attractiveness, wizardry. fascination, conjuration, magnetism, Thaumaturgy, magic, charisma, sorcery, glamour. witching, attraction, enticement. lure, allure, charm. appeal. magic
enchantment.
Other relevant words:
charisma, fascination, Thaumaturgy, draw, glamour, supernatural, magnetism, pull, magic, conjuration, enticement, sorcery, witching, appeal, Sortilege, attraction, wizardry, call, allurement, lure, allure, theurgy, charm, like, attractiveness, enchantment.

Usage examples for witchery

  1. They see no witchery in your work, even when it is wrought within their own borders. – The Napoleon of Notting Hill by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  2. The witchery of the romantic scenery through which he and Amy passed, and the loveliness of her profile in the pale light, almost broke down his resolution, and once, in accents much too tender, he said, " Oh, Amy, I am so happy when with you!" – Nature's Serial Story by E. P. Roe
  3. It was with a sharp regret that Monty broke into the idyl of the villa, for the witchery of the place had got into his blood. – Brewster's Millions by George Barr McCutcheon