Here we have the best Spell Quotes from famous authors such as James Weldon Johnson, Barbra Streisand, Franz Wright, Peter Kay, Antonio Perez. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Poetry, just because it is poetry, doesn’t mean it is some kind of magic spell.
I did not have one bad spell during writing – an unprecedented record.
Here is everything which can lay hold of the eye, ear and imagination – everything which can charm and bewitch the simple and ignorant. I wonder how Luther ever broke the spell.
Many elected Republicans know that ensuring that people of color can vote freely would spell bad news for them and their agenda, which privileges corporations and the wealthy.
I really should not need to spell this out, but one of the attributes of a successful sniper is that he makes no sound at all – nor, indeed, shouts out warnings!
I like emotions, but I really don’t like sentimentality, and I don’t like when things break their spell.
I don’t care what you say about me, as long as you say something about me, and as long as you spell my name right.
To be fair, my analysis failed to spell out Obama‘s first-term accomplishments, although I did acknowledge his ‘enormous skills‘ and tried to focus readers on the distinction between good and great presidencies.
Not to say people shouldn’t get rich from art. I adore the alchemy wherein artists who cast a complex spell make rich people give them their money. (Just writing it makes me cackle.) But too many artists have been making money without magic.
I don’t need to run in and bowl 90mph every spell to get wickets.
Launching a start-up, you need to get a lot done quickly. Every day is different. Everyone pitches in with everything. It’s easy for the founding team to say, ‘We’re flexible. We all help out with everything!’ But when it comes to making decisions – that flexibility can spell inefficiency and disaster.
I have a particular affliction. I am unable to say a word I can’t spell.
When I was in kindergarten, it took me like three months to learn how to spell my own name. But that’s also not saying much considering I’m a terrible speller.
Glamour is a beautiful illusion – the word ‘glamour‘ originally meant a literal magic spell – that promises to transcend ordinary life and make the ideal real. It depends on a special combination of mystery and grace. Too much information breaks the spell.
Sin is still sin – no matter how you spell it.
There’s a special gut-check moment the first time you write a scene in which somebody casts a spell.
I think the idea of fact-checking, I think the idea that you come up through a system where you know how to cover night cops, and then you go on, and you go on to various beats, including writing obituaries, and you get names right, you know how to spell them, really has some advantages to it.
I’ve literally, in my entire life I’ve had two guys come up to me and ask me out. Other than that I have had to go and try to like spend time with them, or sort of start the conversation, basically like spell it out in a Sharpie, like, you know?
Seeing Shakespeare in the Park, for me, it’s just this side of feeling like you’ve witnessed some kind of magic. It’s this spell that you’re under, to be part of that!
I didn’t know a single person who had ever been there. I wasn’t even sure how to spell Chechnya.
I can’t even get people to spell my name right in my own biography!
Romney economics would spell disaster for America’s middle class. In this economy there are shipbuilders and ship wreckers.
We are all here for a spell, get all the good laughs you can.
Perhaps if you are in support functions waiting on the warfighters to spell out the specifics of what you are to do, you can avoid the consequences of not reading. Those who must adapt to overcoming an independent enemy’s will are not allowed that luxury.
When I was in high school, I fell under the spell of that crazy idea that if you’re interested in the arts, you can’t be interested in science.
There was only a little spell at Wigan, when I first signed there, when I wasn’t in the team every week.
I worked for a brief spell as a journalist, but soon I discovered that I didn’t want to be a journalist – I wanted to be a historian.
I don’t think President Bush is doing anything at all about Aids. In fact, I’m not sure he even knows how to spell Aids.
There was a little spell when we had no real leadership at the top but we’ve always had quality people here, lovely characters to whom Sunderland means an awful lot.
A word is an arbitrary label – that’s the foundation of linguistics. But many people think otherwise. They believe in word magic: that uttering a spell, incantation, curse, or prayer can change the world. Don’t snicker: Would you ever say, ‘Nothing has gone wrong yet’ without looking for wood to knock?
We have a reputation here in the Pelican State for daring to be different. We live in parishes, not counties. We spend our holidays throwing beads at people lining the street. We cook differently. We speak differently – we spell differently. There is no place in the country that compares to Louisiana.
I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.
The business of the advertiser is to see that we go about our business with some magic spell or tune or slogan throbbing quietly in the background of our minds.
My first loan spell I was 18. I went to Crewe, and I felt I’d scored all these goals for Liverpool‘s youth teams and I’d go to League One and it would be the same. I quickly found out that it wasn’t. It took me to come back, captain the U23 side for a year and a half to really get my confidence back.
I hope I cast a spell on other people in the kitchen. I like to experiment.
I think that our future has lost that capital F we used to spell it with. The science fiction future of my childhood has had a capital F – it was assumed to be an American Future because America was the future. The Future was assumed to be inherently heroic, and a lot of other things, as well.
There is a spell in mediaeval Art which has had power to bewitch some people into trying, or wishing to try, or fancying that they wish to try or making believe to fancy that they wish to try, to bring back the Middle Ages.
A lot of time, I’d spell things in standard English instead of phonetically because I want people to understand what’s going on. It’s also very lyrical, and the great thing about lyrical prose is even when you’re not totally sure of the words, you can be swayed by the musicality of it.