An' all the time, whatever she's doin', she'd bewitch you with her smile an' her pretty ways.
Their name, their garb, and work did so intoxicate and bewitch me.'
And Gal 3, 1, "Who did bewitch you that ye should not obey the truth?"
And she showed us some of the dancing steps and they just bewitch you.
She cannot see an ambassador, scarcely even a messenger, without desiring to bewitch him.
"Some kings are easier to bewitch than others," remarked the magician, wisely.
Paul sat without animation until Greta set herself to bewitch him out of his moodiness.
You think I had to lie to them, to deceive them, to bewitch them.
"But this bally place seems to bewitch people," continued the big man.
Another term for bewitch commonly in use; the word probably implied the muttering or forspeaking of a spell.