Use of supernatural power over others through the assistance of spirits; witchcraft.(noun)
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Use "sorcery" in a sentence
"Some achieve their travel through what they call sorcery, others through dreams or some form of creativity."
"Sword and sorcery is back, with the same dark, violent and gritty verve that made it so appealing the first time around."
"And without the presence of a man, of course, women could not help but engage in sorcery, paganism, and lesbianism."