Definition of Bewitchers

1. Noun. (plural of bewitcher) ¹



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Definition of Bewitchers

1. bewitcher [n] - See also: bewitcher

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bewitchers

bewilders
bewill
bewimple
bewin
bewind
bewinged
bewinter
bewist
bewit
bewitch
bewitchable
bewitched
bewitchedness
bewitcher
bewitcheries
bewitchers (current term)
bewitchery
bewitches
bewitchest
bewitcheth
bewitching
bewitchingly
bewitchingness
bewitchings
bewitchment
bewitchments
bewith
bewits
bewonder
bewondered

Literary usage of Bewitchers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Science and Literature in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance by P. L. Jacob (1878)
"The bewitchers had recourse to other processes. ... The most notorious bewitchers of the fourteenth century were Paviot and Robert. ..."

2. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"... Avars say (a kind of Orchis), is used by the bewitchers. In the Anti- Caucasus goitre was noticed in the Nakhichevan district and in the Batum province. ..."

3. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"The young and the beautiful —the bewitchers of modern times—were rarely accused; but every town or village had its two or three old women who were charged ..."

4. The History of Massachusetts by John Stetson Barry (1856)
"3 The young and the beautiful — the bewitchers of modern times — were rarely accused ; but every town or village had its two or three old women, ..."

5. Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan by Lafcadio Hearn (1910)
"Other enamoured ones write only the yobi-na of their bewitchers; and the honourable prefix, "O," and the * There are no less than eleven principal kinds of ..."

6. The Natives of British Central Africa by Alice Werner (1906)
"slavery as criminals, or bewitchers, or possessed of ' the evil eye,' and these are sold to some one at a distance—to get rid of them. ..."

7. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"Other enamoured ones write only the yobi-na of their bewitchers; and the honorable prefix, "O," and the honorable suffix, "San," find no place in the ..."

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