noun, plural sorceries.
the art, practices, or spells of a person who is supposed to exercise supernatural powers through the aid of evil spirits; black magic; witchery.
noun (pl) -ceries
the art, practices, or spells of magic, esp black magic, by which it is sought to harness occult forces or evil spirits in order to produce preternatural effects in the world
noun 1. a flight or flock of mallards.
plural noun 1. (med) dark incrustations on the lips and teeth of patients with prolonged fever sordes sor·des (sôr’dēz) n. A dark brown or blackish crustlike deposit on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration resulting from a chronic debilitating disease.
adjective 1. morally ignoble or base; vile: sordid methods. 2. meanly selfish, self-seeking, or mercenary. 3. dirty or filthy. 4. squalid; wretchedly poor and run-down: sordid housing. adjective 1. dirty, foul, or squalid 2. degraded; vile; base: a sordid affair 3. selfish and grasping: sordid avarice
noun, plural sordini [sawr-dee-nee; Italian sawr-dee-nee] /sɔrˈdi ni; Italian sɔrˈdi ni/ (Show IPA). Music. 1. mute (def 10). noun (pl) -ni (-niː) 1. a mute for a stringed or brass musical instrument 2. any of the dampers that arrest the vibrations of piano strings 3. con sordino, con sordini, a musical direction to play with […]