[ UK /bɪwˈɪt‍ʃɪŋ/ ]
  1. capturing interest as if by a spell
    enchanting music
    antique papers of entrancing design
    bewitching smile
    a fascinating woman
    an enthralling book
    Roosevelt was a captivating speaker
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How To Use bewitching In A Sentence

  • Light of God! but she is a bewitching bundle of femineity. The Doomsman
  • While accessible to boaties, hikers, campers and kayakers, Hinchinbrook Island is a bewitching haven that stands alone as one of the last truly wild lands of the tropical far north.
  • It's sometimes more bewildering than bewitching but the landscape and haunting soundtrack forge a chilly atmosphere. The Sun
  • But Willis's easygoing, dancing phrasing warmed up the chamber-sized dimensions of the playing, and once the intonation settled, in time for the bewitching Siciliano of the E-major concerto (BWV 1053), the group began to exude more confidence, and the closing Allegro had a happy brio. Archive 2009-06-01
  • she was bewitchingly beautiful
  • On a misty morning, it's a bewitching sight -- an abandoned Scottish castle with a soaring tower and crenelated battlements rising from a forested, six-acre island. Fortress on the Hudson
  • The boy, in his belled spurs and "shaps" of goat-hide, was lounging disconsolate and sulky against one of the front counters; she wore a striped ulster, an enchanted garment his arm had pressed, and a pink crocheted tam-o'-shanter cocked bewitchingly over her dark eyes. In Exile and Other Stories
  • Ask any gourmet and he will swear by the bewitching biryani about the place being an epicurean's nirvana.
  • The major landmarks of Paris are a bewitching sight from the various levels of the tower.
  • All the treks have their own bewitching features that instigate you to move ahead while knowing them.
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