ensorcell
[ en-sawr-suhl ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
mid 16th century: French from Old French ensorceler, alteration of ensorcerer, from sorcier ‘sorcerer’
Synonyms
    1.
  • fascinate
  • charm
  • attract
    2.
  • enthrall
  • hypnotize
  • stupefy
Antonyms
    1.
  • repel
  • disgust
  • bore
    2.
  • disenchant
Definition
1. to fascinate
2. to bewitch, charm, or enchant
Examples
1. A) So legendary was his charm that, with a word, he could ensorcell anyone he met. B) Her street artwork would ensorcell anyone who passed by, drawing them in for a closer look.
2. A) He aimed to ensorcell them to sleep eternally. B) Once the spell was complete, she could ensorcell the door to remain locked.
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