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He's bewitched me so's I have to kill whole families of flies for him to eat.

Indeed, it seemed as if there were something about the animal that bewitched people.

Then, Cousin, he was drugged or drunk or bewitched, not the Peter whom we know.

Bewitched, perchance, by that bad woman, which is no excuse for him.

Hrunting is bewitched, laid under a spell of uselessness, along with all other swords.

He had bewitched me; I did feel capable of “making a fool of myself” for his sake.

Marto says the woman has bewitched him, and he is crazy about her.

Reardon was bewitched with Esther, but he did so want to be safe.

I will tell no one, else the priest may say I am bewitched, and make me do severe penance.

I became in an instant as much of a pretence as the rest of the bewitched pilgrims.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c. in the literal sense, past participle adjective from bewitch; figurative use from 1570s.

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