Unbewitch - definition of Unbewitch by The Free Dictionary
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Once our minds are unbewitched
by such a critique, we can play or not play any language games we like in our new state of mind.
Even a critic unbewitched
by the logical faults of Cartesian dualism, Mikhail Bakhtin, may fall into error here.
To the unbewitched
historian, it is Guigo's ladder which is innovative, but it or something like it seems to be regarded by McGinn as an eternal verity.