bewitch

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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 exception is 17-year-old Jesse Tuck (Jackson, best-known for his stint on ``General Hospital''), whose flowing hair and free spirit bewitches little Winnie.
Riverting even to the eye, the Orion nebula also bewitches astronomers who observe this star-forming region at radio wave-lengths.
bewitches stars and moon and plucks them down from heaven," [205] and in the seventeenth Epode Canidia with her "book of incantations has the power to unfix the stars and call them down from heaven.
Giulietta bewitches Hoffmann at the behest of the demonic Depertutto, who has bewitched her.
Pascal Greggory is perfect as the bisexual Saint-Loup, and Vincent Perez bewitches as his sometime lover and all-purpose boy toy Morel.