The act by which somebody is bewitched; a curse or enchantment. (noun)
Examples of word bewitching
Her face was described as bewitching, and it was said that her mouth “supplemented the devastation that was caused by her eyes.”
This habit of taking tobacco gradually extended from the extremities of the north to those of the south, and, in one form or other, seems to be equally grateful to the inhabitants of every climate; and by a singular caprice of the human species, no less inexplicable than unexampled (so bewitching is the acquired taste for
Thereupon Narayana called his bewitching Maya (illusive power) to his aid, and assuming the form of an enticing female, coquetted with the
Thereupon Narayana called his bewitching Maya (illusive power) to his aid, and assuming the form of an enticing female, coquetted with the Danavas.
This daughter, who is described as a bewitching beauty, was taken to wife by Lachland McGillivray, a Scotchman engaged in the Indian trade.
Just take the word "bewitching," remove a few letters, and add a "Y," and you'll have a pretty good idea of what she's like.
Here's some interior art, to give you some idea of the "bewitching" effect these issues had on me: