Verb(1) attract; cause to be enamored(2) attract strongly, as if with a magnet(3) cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
(1) His works enchant, bewitch , stimulate and evoke; in the face of them, some people laugh with joy, still others weep as they've never allowed themselves to.(2) The Indians could bewitch my children, and my wife didn't want to go.(3) This is a body of new work produced over the last twelve months which intrigue and bewitch the viewer.(4) According to historians, Boyan was not a magician in the sense that he was able to cast spells, bewitch people and transform into animals, but he was a learned man and a poet.(5) Why do witches and old women fascinate and bewitch children?(6) Many of his chambermaids and servants have been bewitched by his charm.(7) If you are unfamiliar with the silverberry, you may walk right by it, wondering at the mysterious source of the delightful scent which bewitches your nostrils.(8) According to James, ├ö├ç├┐These photographs express the charm and bewitching nature of contemporary Chinese women├ö├ç├û.(9) The witch doctor poisons a chicken, and, from the way the chicken staggers before dropping dead, the witch doctor determines that the rash has been caused by the client's sister-in-law bewitching him.(10) He accused the goodwife of bewitching his daughter.(11) Choose from among a panoply of fresh, forthright, and bewitchingly flavored coconut-milk curries, hot-and-sour soups, and noodle dishes.(12) What else one can look forward to are the bewitchingly beautiful beach villas with the best of amenities ranging from food to entertainment.(13) He almost laughed aloud when she mentioned his bewitching her into sleep.(14) In the end, the exasperated adults were compelled to employ the services of a piper, who bewitched the children with music and led them into a hollow mountain.(15) She also reported that the malefic cleric had confessed bewitching other people and recruiting a teenager into the ranks of the witches.(16) It follows the adventures of Gerda and her search for her faithful companion Kay after he is bewitched and imprisoned by the Snow Queen in her ice palace.
2. captivate ::
3. magnetise ::
4. capture ::
5. witch ::
Different Formsbewitch, bewitched, bewitches, bewitching, bewitchment
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