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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbewitchbe‧witch /bɪˈwɪtʃ/ verb [transitive]  1 INTERESTEDto make someone feel so interested or attracted that they cannot think clearly Tim is utterly bewitched by her.2 ROMto get control over someone by putting a magic spell on them Grammar Bewitch is usually passive.bewitching adjective a bewitching smile→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bewitchSome, shaped like tiny globes, radiated a scarlet glow that was utterly bewitching.I was bewitched by Claire, instantly, helplessly.Back in Vienna he had been bewitched by the viciously witty judgments of the satirist, Karl Kraus.Yet, the girl could think of nothing but the bewitching dancing shoes.True, she'd escaped Fincara, but Fincara would only have bewitched her, not killed her.But design debates can also bewitch organizations.