cast a spell


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cast a spell

 (on someone)
1. Lit. to enchant someone with a magic spell. The wizard cast a spell on the frog, turning it into a prince with bad skin.
2. Fig. to intrigue and delight someone. She is a real beauty. She cast a spell on every man she met.
See also: cast, spell
References in classic literature ?
By the mass, I think old Lucas Beaumanoir guesses right, when he maintains she hath cast a spell over you.
A WHITE witch has cast a spell over Liverpool FC in a bid to help them secure victory in the Champions League final.
HOWEVER, IF YOU USE TOO MUCH POLISH YOU ARE MORE APT TO THROW YOUR WAND THAN CAST A SPELL.
I WOULD cast a spell that would take control over any evil powers.
I WOULD cast a spell so that all the teachers in Hogwarts would give me top marks in my OWLs.
Dressed in purple robes, he cast a spell invoking the elements of earth, air, water and fire and threw a talisman into the murky loch.
Haun introduced the subject by saying she had cast a spell on a supermarket checker without giving a reason why that person was targeted, Estrella said.
Estrella said she declined Haun's invitation to cast a spell together, though she provided the defendant with a rusty razor to use with a rusty nail in some ritual not connected to the Dally case.
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Cast a spell on a loved one and predict what their future love-life holds in store for them