spellnoun

  • ja魅力
  • ena power or force that strongly attracts, interests, and influences you

Examples

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That woman is a devil, and I want you to stay away from her, you hear me?
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- Yes, Mama. - Now, you come on inside, before that lil' ol' witch cast a spell on you!
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You bought a what?
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A hypnotism kit!
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Hey, Filburt! Let me put you under my spell.
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Oh, no. I want nothing to do with your voodoo.
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Did you see that?
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I saw a monkey!
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That was Dice!
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Shut up!
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Sam, I’m serious!
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Look!
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The spell I did was to turn a human person into a beast.
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And a monkey is a beast!
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Is there a spell in there that will turn my mom into a woman with a job?
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It appears that you have my niece quite under your spell.
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I rather think she has me under hers.
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So Kali is my favorite Hindu goddess and she's the goddess of life and destruction.
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She wears a necklace of men's skulls around her neck, so I just think that's badass.
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I actually called on her in a spell.
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I practice magic, and when I practice magic I call on her a lot.
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I actually casted a spell to fund my music video for "Fight Like a Girl."
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And I called on Kali so yeah, she's pretty dope.
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Oh, no, it's midnight.
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I must go.
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Oh!
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Because the spell will wear off and you'll turn back into a dirty peasant?
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What?
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No, my glass slippers are killing me.
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And I wanna go home and eat a pizza.
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What you said was insulting.
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There's nothing magical about convincing people to say 'yes'.
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The top psychologists know that we don't need to cast a spell or hypnotize people to persuade
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them to do what we want.
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All we need is a solid understanding of psychology.

Other meanings for spell...

spellverb

  • ja綴る
  • ento form a word by naming or writing down letters in the correct order
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And your name, please?
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- Seriously? - Mm-hmm.
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Gordon Ramsay.
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How are you spelling that?
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- R-A-M-S-A... - Y. Got it.
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Well, I had a crazy dream that there wouldn't be a cow's A-S-S in my face when I'm eating my breakfast.
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I know what that spells.
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Ass.
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Ass.
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Oli, did you check this to make sure they spelled her name right?
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This place messes up sometimes.
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Um, yep.
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What's your name?
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- Jacob. - Cool.
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- Jacob, nice to meet you. - Nice to meet you.
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- And how do you spell that? - J-A-C-O-B.
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W, X, Y...
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All right.
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Yeah, thanks.
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I can spell.
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How do you spell 'arachnophobia'?
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It's not the SATs.
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Just put fear of spiders.
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I like West West.
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Yeah.
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No?
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- You'll definitely know how to spell your first and last name really easily. - Yes!
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Well, the artist in this video is called Psy.
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It would be.
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Psy?
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Spelled P-S-Y.
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This doesn't look good.
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What? You have a cake.
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You have a delicious cake with your name spelled correctly?