What is another word for warlock?

147 synonyms found


[ wˈɔːlɒk], [ wˈɔːlɒk], [ w_ˈɔː_l_ɒ_k]

The word "warlock" refers to a male witch or a wizard with evil or dark powers. However, there are other words that can be used as synonyms for "warlock" such as sorcerer, mage, wizard, necromancer, enchanter, spellcaster, or occultist. While some of these words may have slightly different connotations or origins in different cultures, they all refer to someone who wields magical or mystical powers. It is worth noting that not all of these terms necessarily have negative associations like "warlock" does. In some literature, for example, wizards and sorcerers are portrayed as heroic figures who use their powers for good.

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Usage examples for Warlock

But Earl St. Clair did not heed his companion's words, for he remembered how his mother had told him, when he was a little lad at her knee that whoso carried the Sign of the Blessed Trinity need never fear any spell that might be thrown over him by warlock or Witch, Elf or Demon.
"The Scottish Fairy Book"
Elizabeth W. Grierson
He put his foot on the crook and repeated the words, and up the chimney he went, and flew through the air after his wife and her companions, as if he had been a warlock born.
"The Scottish Fairy Book"
Elizabeth W. Grierson
From the gates they sallied forth, South and north, Scoured the island coast around them, Seizing all the warlock band, Foot and hand On the Skerry's rocks they bound them.
"The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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