bewitching bewitching


  • (adj) capturing interest as if by a spell


  1. It's a few years later, and Chow has taken residence in room 2046 of the Oriental Hotel, where several bewitching women cross his path.
  2. The shot, five bewitching seconds that may not even make the final edit of Bride and Prejudice, ends.
  3. Then in the final pages he performs a bewitching narrative sleight of hand that deepens everything that came before.


  • The Bradys are hot, the witch is not

    The Brady Bunch and the Partridge Family are still hot shows for ABC, but Bewitched is flying off at the bottom of the heap. ABC wanted one more season of the bewitching sitcom, but star Elizabeth Montgomery wanted it to end, so the network moved the show against "All in the Family." Take a look at the rest of the ABC schedule for 1971-1972.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Local 6 Orlando


  1. "She's bewitching, and the vision of her with a cigarette in one hand and her knickers in the other as a delicious French au pair will haunt my fantasies for months," said Hefner, who had saw Kidman perform on stage in The Blue Room.
    on Aug 6, 2006 By: Hugh Hefner Source: The Age

  2. About her time there, Dowd writes, "It's the most bewitching, bewildering, beheading vacation spot you'll never vacation in."
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Maureen Dowd Source: NPR

  3. [1] Designer Marc Jacobs said, "She has an angelic look with a dark side, she's sweet and fun but looks like she could be an evil bewitching child."
    on Jun 24, 2008 By: Marc Jacobs Source: Güncel Haber

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