Bewitcher - definition of bewitcher by The Free Dictionary
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1. To place under one's power by magic; cast a spell over.
To captivate completely; fascinate. See Synonyms at charm
[Middle English biwicchen
: probably bi-
(from Old English wiccian
, from wicce
, or wicca
); see weg-
in Indo-European roots
a person who enchants or bewitches
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Inner goddess Bewitcher
Personal mantra "I shine through my creative spirit." In-Scents Orchid and aqua Star sister Emma Roberts
The Golden Age lexicographer Sebastian de Covarrubias Orozco (1539-1613), like Noydens, used the word "encantador" as a synonym for bewitcher
, necromancer, or devilish magus.
But by describing the sophist not merely once but three times as a bewitcher
([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), the Stranger does, once again, point to the similarity between the sophist and Socrates.