Part of speech: adverb


Part of speech: adjective

Charming; captivating.

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Usage examples "bewitching":

  1. Look, now, at our own Kate Aubrey- nay, never fear to place her beside yon supercilious divinity- look at her, and your heart acknowledges her loveliness; your soul thrills at sight of her bewitching blue eyes- eyes now sparkling with excitement, then languishing with softness, in accordance with the varying emotions of a sensitive nature- a most susceptible heart. - "Ten Thousand a-Year. Volume 1.", Samuel Warren.
  2. It is the architectural speech of a strenuous, gross, kindly, honest people's fancy; such as it is it was inexhaustible, and such as it is it was bewitching for the travellers. - "Their Silver Wedding Journey", William Dean Howells.
  3. From that I extract a few lines, omitting the over- kindly portraits of ourselves which he was apt to draw of his friends: I went to Osterley, which looked bewitching, with its swans floating in sunshine beyond the shade of the old cedars. - "Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life", Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey.