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    Verb "bewitch"

    I saw the verb "bewitch" in the dictionary, and then this sentence appeared in my mind. I am not sure if it sounds natural. I have use the verb in an active voice, but maybe my sentence would be better in a passive voice. Would you please correct my mistakes?

    The attractive cashier at the supermarket bewitched Bob so much that he lost count and fumbled with his money whenever he stood in front of her.

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    Re: Verb "bewitch"

    Yes, that's fine in the active voice.

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