So'rcery. n.s. Magick; enchantment; conjuration; witchcraft; charms.
This witch Sycorax,
For mischiefs manifold, and sorceries terrible,
Was banish'd. Shakespeare.
Adders wisdom I have learn'd
To fence my ear against thy sorceries. Milton.
Actæon has long tracts of rich soil; but had the misfortune in his youth to fall under the power of sorcery. Tatler.