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a group or meeting of witches
someone who looks at your hand, a special set of cards etc in order to tell you what is going to happen to you in the future. This activity is called fortune-telling.
a Native American who is believed to be able to control the powers of the spiritual world and cure and prevent illness
someone who claims to be able to tell you about your future by examining the lines on your hand. This activity is called palmistry.
a man who has magic powers, especially a man who uses these powers to do evil things. A woman who has magic powers is called a witch.
a woman in stories who has magic powers. A man with magic powers is usually called a wizard.
giving birth to a baby in the presence of a large number of close relatives and/or friendsBuzzWord Article
a condition when a person cannot see clearly objects that are close; long sightednessadd a word
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