Definition of Bewitching

1. Adjective. Capturing interest as if by a spell. "A fascinating woman"




Definition of Bewitching

1. a. Having power to bewitch or fascinate; enchanting; captivating; charming.

Definition of Bewitching

1. Noun. The act by which somebody is bewitched; a curse or enchantment. ¹

2. Adjective. Enchanting. ¹

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Definition of Bewitching

1. bewitch [v] - See also: bewitch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bewitching

bewinged
bewinter
bewist
bewit
bewitch
bewitchable
bewitched
bewitchedness
bewitcher
bewitcheries
bewitchers
bewitchery
bewitches
bewitchest
bewitcheth
bewitching (current term)
bewitchingly
bewitchingness
bewitchings
bewitchment
bewitchments
bewith
bewits
bewonder
bewondered
bewonderment
beword
bework
beworm
bewormed

Literary usage of Bewitching

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1. A History of the Witches of Renfrewshire by Thomson Gale (Firm) (1877)
"OF THE bewitching OF SIR GEORGE MAXWELL OF POLLOK. Account tf/'SiR GEORGE MAXWELL, and his son John. Taken from "Crawford's History of the Shire of Renfrew. ..."

2. Side-lights on the Stuarts by Frederick Andrew Inderwick (1888)
"IV von, September, Jane Valletti Ditto bewitching of Grace Bad- cock. Not guilty. ... bewitching Anne Prit- chett. Not guilty. bewitching Nathaniel ..."

3. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"Inquiries for foreign Medicine to cure the Habit.—bewitching Influence of Opium.—Opium worse than ardent Spirits in its Effects. ..."

4. Jack London and Hawaii by Charmian London (1918)
"Then, arms-around, we two paced back across the grass, and stood for a moment on the edge of our bewitching garden, looking at the slender sliver of a new ..."

5. Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with Additions and by Abraham Hayward (1873)
"... bewitching glance, the most charming smile, the happiest expression of the countenance of which he dreams. His imagination does the work of the most ..."

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