voodoo (Meaning)

Wordnet

voodoo (n)

a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers

(Haiti) followers of a religion that involves witchcraft and animistic deities

a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti); involves witchcraft and animistic deities

Wordnet

voodoo (v)

bewitch by or as if by a voodoo

Webster

voodoo (n.)

See Voodooism.

One who practices voodooism; a negro sorcerer.

Webster

voodoo (a.)

Of or pertaining to voodooism, or a voodoo; as, voodoo incantations.

voodoo Sentence Examples

  1. The voodoo priestess performed a ritual to ward off evil spirits.
  2. Legends speak of voodoo curses that can bring misfortune upon their victims.
  3. The voodoo doll seemed to have a life of its own, as if it were possessed by an unseen force.
  4. The voodoo tradition has been passed down through generations, shrouded in mystery and superstition.
  5. The voodoo shrine was adorned with exotic trinkets and imbued with a palpable sense of the supernatural.
  6. The voodoo ceremony evoked a sense of fear and awe among the participants.
  7. The voodoo dance was a mesmerizing display of rhythm and trance.
  8. The voodoo amulet was believed to protect its wearer from harm and attract good fortune.
  9. The voodoo zombie was rumored to be an undead creature controlled by a malevolent force.
  10. The belief in voodoo persists in some cultures, serving as a blend of spiritual practices and folklore.

FAQs About the word voodoo

a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers, (Haiti) followers of a religion that involves witchcraft and animistic deities, a religious cult prac

magician, mage, witch,sorcerer, wizard, warlock, voodooist, Magian, conjurer, charmer

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The voodoo priestess performed a ritual to ward off evil spirits.

Legends speak of voodoo curses that can bring misfortune upon their victims.

The voodoo doll seemed to have a life of its own, as if it were possessed by an unseen force.

The voodoo tradition has been passed down through generations, shrouded in mystery and superstition.