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- adv. In a bewitching manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a bewitching manner.
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- adv. in a bewitching manner
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He stood there beside her, looking down on her brown crown of hair glinting gold and bronze and bewitchingly curling into tendrils above her ears, singing a song that was fire to him — that must be fire to her, she being what she was and feeling what she had already, in flashes, half-unwittingly, hinted to him.
And always in the distance, even in the heat of August, loom the bewitchingly white, snowy summits.
This is, she says, a "bewitchingly simple argument" but the assumption that such tourism necessarily translates into the kinds of development that benefits wildlife is far too simplistic.
There's no sign of agendas in The Ogre of Oglefort by Eva Ibbotson (Macmillan £9.99), no social commentary or consciousness raising; just a wonderfully playful story about some bewitchingly strange people.
How bewitchingly beautiful Julian Bond was once, transcending race, class, gender and time with his classic appeal.
It was this aspect of the novel, the hardest one to talk about because it is so subtle and yet so bewitchingly present in the gaps and corners of the narrative, that I most appreciated.
This fascination with what's gone provides the impetus that drives O'Riordan's bewitchingly recherché debut.
I asked her as she bewitchingly stirred the soup pot.
It was something totally foreign, yet at the same time bewitchingly familiar.
The hillsides, the woods, the fjord -- all were so bewitchingly fair and so dear to us.