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Synonyms for bewitch

Synonyms for bewitch

to act upon with or as if with magic

to please greatly or irresistibly

Synonyms for bewitch

attract strongly, as if with a magnet

cast a spell over someone or something

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The self-exorcism made further provision for liberation from an enchanter or bewitcher, such as the one who plagued Don Quixote: "O blessed Christ .
In the times of bewitchers and witches, man used to destroy the charms with fire.
Debates about superstition fed into debates about witchcraft and so Bailey arrives naturally at Nider's Anthill, Jacquier's Scourge of Heretic Bewitchers, and, finally, Kramer's Hammer of Witches.
These bewitchers win over and snare their loved ones with the powers of rhetoric and the metres of poetry, as though with some incantation.
praef i) (57) [I, brother Nicolaus Jaquerius, most lowly brother of the order of preachers, have begun to write the scourge of the bewitchers, that is to say of heretical workers of harmful magic (malefici), in a plain style from the divine scriptures and the teachings of the saints, compelled by the frequent occurrence of impediments to the office of the inquisition, so that through this scourge certain perverse dogmas and stupid assertions, by which many evil things have been introduced, might be thrown out of the temple of God, that is, the Church of the faithful .