Examples of bewitch in a Sentence
People believed the girls had been bewitched.
a Wiccan who believes that it is indeed possible to bewitch someone
Recent Examples of bewitch from the Web
Yet since April 26, the ‘paradise of the Philippines‘ hasn’t played host to the usual legions of tourists, bewitched by the Instagrammable images of its stunning vistas.
Arnold, bewitched by her optimistic view of things, saw her as a necessary step in human evolution, a concept Ford eventually seems to have come around to.
This stance makes him exceptional among Latin American intellectuals, many of whom are still bewitched by anti-imperialism and socialism.
The origin of movement had bewitched some of history’s shrewdest minds: Alcmaeon, Plato, Aristotle, Posidonius, Al-Razi, Descartes, Newton, Franklin.
The girlfriend in question was Stevie Nicks, who became the band’s bewitching front-woman and creative powerhouse during the group’s mid-’70s glory years.
The pair talks about the dangers of smoking, as their young audience nods and murmurs, looking bewitched by the flamboyant puppets.
To illustrate the point, Langlands’s book offers a bewitching virtual tour of life in Medieval England.
One reason is the fact of Texas itself — there was something bewitching about the state for artists of Kelly’s generation.
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BEWITCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bewitch for English Language Learners
: to use magic to make someone do, think, or say something : to put (someone) under a spell
: to attract or delight (someone) in a way that seems magical
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