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That dramatic night, July 27, 2019, marked the peak of weeks of grasshoppers taking to the air after dark and, like moths bewitched by a porchlight, filling the brightly lit streets of the most intensely illuminated city in the United States.
At the beginning of October, 33-year-old Dume, who prefers to use his middle name only, believed he had been bewitched.
This charming creature—I tell you she is irresistible—her very oddities bewitch me.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
I've been told that country wizards carve images of their victims, and give them the names of those they'd bewitch.
THE ROAD TO DAMASCUSAUGUST STRINDBERG
Like foxes and badgers, they are able to bewitch human beings.
MYTHS & LEGENDS OF JAPANF. HADLAND (FREDERICK HADLAND) DAVIS
Thou liest; or wilt thou even yet deny that thou didst bewitch old Paasch his little girl with a white roll?
THE AMBER WITCHWILHELM MEINHOLD
But, Baas, those Black Kendah wizards forgot to bewitch him against the little yellow man, of whom they took no account.
THE IVORY CHILDH. RIDER HAGGARD
Her wonderful eyes seemed to bewitch Mother Nolan, even as they had bewitched the skipper.
THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
I am,' she sang, 'I am sweet Siren who bewitch sailors by mid-sea, so full am I of charm to hear.
Then let they bewitch into the hound the wisdom of three men, and he barked two words and spake the third.

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