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Definition of "bewitches" [bewitches]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bewitch. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bewitches" in a sentence
  • "Lajos’s presence bewitches everyone, and the greatest part of his charmand his dangerlies in the deftness with which he wields that delicate power."
  • ""Hoffman's shimmering, multigenerational melodrama bewitches with supernatural imagery.""
  • "Although Heinrich Mann's magnum opus was a two-volume historical novel that he wrote during his French exile in the 1930s—about Henry IV and his exemplary act of tolerance, the 1598 Edict of Nantes—Heinrich was best-known from his novel "Professor Unrat": It was the basis for "The Blue Angel," the 1930 movie starring Marlene Dietrich as a young nightclub singer who bewitches a seemingly staid academic."
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