beware of greeks bearing gifts
to be wary, cautious, or careful of (usually used imperatively): Beware such inconsistency. Beware his waspish wit. to be cautious or careful: Beware of the dog. verb (usually used in the imperative or infinitive) often foll by of. to be cautious or wary (of); be on one’s guard (against) v.
- Beuren syndrome
extremely confusing: a bewildering schedule of events. Contemporary Examples The Oscars’ Foreign Language Flop Stephen Farber February 21, 2011 Historical Examples The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army Margaret Vandercook Naples Past and Present Arthur H. Norway Nasby in Exile David R. Locke Old Crow Alice Brown Little Folks (October 1884) Various The Jervaise […]
to affect by witchcraft or magic; cast a spell over. to enchant; charm; fascinate: The painter bewitched the crowd with his latest work. to cause someone to be enchanted; cast a spell over someone: She lost her power to bewitch. Contemporary Examples Lifetime’s ‘Witches of East End’ Is the Ultimate Witch Show Anna Brand November […]