Definition of white witch in English:

white witch

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noun

A person, typically a woman, who practises magic for altruistic purposes.
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  • Basically, I live minutes away from the shop run by one Kerry Kulkens, a self-styled white witch and ‘Australia's leading psychic astrologer.’
  • The country's National Witches Association claims it discriminates against white witches and should only apply to black magic.
  • She hosted the get together with partner Tom Dimakopoulos, at their shop Charmed, to teach aspirant white witches how to develop their magic skills.

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