Definition of Sirenise

1. to bewitch [v SIRENISED, SIRENISING, SIRENISES] - See also: bewitch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirenise

siree
sirees
siren
siren call
siren song
siren songs
sirene
sirenian
sirenian mammal
sirenians
sirenic
sirenical
sireniform
sirenise (current term)
sirenised
sirenises
sirenize
sirenized
sirenizes
sirenizing
sirenlike
sirenomelic
sirens
sirensong
sires
sirgang
sirgangs

Literary usage of Sirenise

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1897)
"... Born to the power of thy transparent eyes, Drawn from myself, ravished with thy delight, Whose dumb conceits divinely sirenise, Lo, in suspense of fear ..."

2. Elizabethan Sonnets by Sidney Lee (1904)
"... Born to the power of thy transparent eyes, Drawn from myself, ravished with thy delight, Whose dumb conceits divinely sirenise, Lo, in suspense of fear ..."

3. Delia by Samuel Daniel, Henry Constable (1896)
"... ravished with thy delight, Whose dumb conceits divinely sirenise, Lo, in suspense of fear and hope upholden, Diversely poised with passions that pain me ..."

4. Elizabethan Sonnet-cycles by Martha (Foote) Crow (1896)
"... ravished with thy delight, Whose dumb conceits divinely sirenise, Lo, in suspense of fear and hope upholden, Diversely poised with passions that pain me ..."

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