Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bewitch. (verb)
Examples of word bewitches
Lajoss presence bewitches everyone, and the greatest part of his charmand his dangerlies in the deftness with which he wields that delicate power.
"Hoffman's shimmering, multigenerational melodrama bewitches with supernatural imagery."
Marie Dubois, one of the leads in Mr. Truffaut's "Shoot the Piano Player" the previous year, has an amusing cameo as Thérèse, the good-time girl who bewitches Jim for a spell.
Although Heinrich Mann's magnum opus was a two-volume historical novel that he wrote during his French exile in the 1930s—about Henry IV and his exemplary act of tolerance, the 1598 Edict of Nantes—Heinrich was best-known from his novel "Professor Unrat": It was the basis for "The Blue Angel," the 1930 movie starring Marlene Dietrich as a young nightclub singer who bewitches a seemingly staid academic.
Even if she died and was sent to her village and buried, they would say her ghost comes out and bewitches them.
A jeweled knife bewitches anyone who holds it, enticing them to murder.
She irks as she endears, bemuses as she bewitches.
Orgon is desperate for affirmation; Tartuffe, who poses as a spiritual vagabond, bewitches the older man.