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
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Elizabeth Weil | Wired | March 2, 2017 | 25 minutes (6,487 words) Meet the schemers, investors, and dreamers who were bewitched by a big green rock that might not actually be worth anything.
For the last five years, scientists have stared agog at Mars’s surface, bewitched by gullies etched into the landscape, seemingly by flows of salty water.
And Axios co-founder Mike Allen relays his take on the tomfoolery bewitching the swamp.
The baton one of them left behind was to her what ballet shoes are to a girl born to dance or a fielder’s glove is to a boy bewitched by baseball.
With the help of extensions, models at Rick Owens and Sies Marjan sported pin-straight and rumpled chest-grazing strands respectively, each to bewitching effect.
The historic palace has remained a hushed, bewitching getaway from the couple’s home in Paris.
Liberal fantasies aside, Jared and Ivanka never had the power nor the will to bring progressive reason to the White House, and that revelation lies behind the raucous embrace of a trope designed to chide us all for being momentarily bewitched.
What, then, bewitches people into spending such massive sums of money?
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