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which (HWICH, WICH) (pronoun)
1. Used to indicate what is being shown, pointed to, or mentioned: "Adam was trying to decide which one of those two cars he should buy?"
2. Used to introduce an additional statement about something that has already been mentioned: "The old car, which Rita and Shawn bought ten years ago, is still going strong!"
witch (WICH) (noun)
1. A woman who is thought to have magical powers: "In the story Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a witch tried to poison Snow White."
2. A very unpleasant woman: "Travis said that his mother-in-law was an old witch who was always criticizing."

Which witch do you think spoke to Macbeth in the Scottish play that was written by William Shakespeare?

A unit related to: “witch
(Latin: specter, witch, mask, nightmare > Italian mascera > French, masque [covering to hide or to protect the face])