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- v. To free from a curse or enchantment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To free from a spell; to disenchant.
From her she received a charm -- compounded of goose eggshells and vinegar -- which Cassie claimed to be what they used in Ireland to unbewitch changelings.
But now, I tell my torngak to enter into your heart, and unbewitch you.
But though I diligently admonished her out of God's Word, she made no answer until at last I said, 'Wilt thou unbewitch thy goodman (for I saw from the window how that he was raving in the street like a madman), or wilt thou that I should inform the magistrate of thy deeds?'
But though I diligently admonished her out of God's Word, she made no answer, until at last I said, 'Wilt thou unbewitch thy goodman
Ordinary experience observed would unbewitch men as to these delusions.
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