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synonyms for witched

  • beguile
  • mesmerize
  • allure
  • attract
  • bewitch
  • cajole
  • captivate
  • delight
  • draw
  • enamor
  • enchant
  • enrapture
  • enthrall
  • entrance
  • fascinate
  • grab
  • hex
  • hypnotize
  • inveigle
  • kill
  • magnetize
  • please
  • possess
  • send
  • slay
  • spell
  • take
  • tickle
  • transport
  • vamp
  • voodoo
  • win
  • witch
  • wow
  • ensorcell
  • knock dead
  • knock out
  • put under a spell
  • sweep off feet
  • tickle pink
  • turn on
  • wile
  • win over
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antonyms for witched

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  • bear
  • bore
  • create
  • depress
  • disenchant
  • disgust
  • displease
  • fail
  • give birth
  • hold
  • keep
  • lose
  • offend
  • receive
  • refuse
  • reject
  • repel
  • repulse
  • tire
  • turn off
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How to use witched in a sentence

The still prevalent dulness varied by speech from Plunket; witched the House by music of stately though simple eloquence.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 108, APRIL 6, 1895VARIOUS
Dat man has got little Missus plum witched, I tell yeplum witched.
ERSKINE DALE--PIONEERJOHN FOX
In fact every gardener or gardener's lad had been witched away.
THE SECRET GARDENFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Hast forgot my loved and faithful Mopsa that is truly the dearest, gentlest, wisest witch that e'er witched rogue or fool?
THE GESTE OF DUKE JOCELYNJEFFERY FARNOL
He was sometimes absent for days together, no one knew where, and his friends whispered about that he had been witched.
BRITISH GOBLINSWIRT SIKES
Famed unfortunates all, yet the world was witched and became enslaved by their pessimistic theories of life.
BROWNING AND DOGMAETHEL M. NAISH
And among these quivering, haunted, moon-witched trees he was seized with doubts of everything!
FIVE TALESJOHN GALSWORTHY
She was more witched than witching, she'd say to me, and warn me not to meddle.
YONDEREMILY HILDA YOUNG
They chiseled statues, painted pictures and "witched the world" with form and color.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 4 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
So honest was he in his views, so learned and so unobtrusive, that he had witched away the heart of the House.
THE MEMORIES OF FIFTY YEARSWILLIAM H. SPARKS
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