ensorcell


en·sor·cell

verb \in-ˈsr-səl\
en·sor·celled or en·sor·celeden·sor·cell·ing or en·sor·cel·ing

Definition of ENSORCELL

transitive verb
en·sor·cell·ment \-mənt\ noun

Variants of ENSORCELL

en·sor·cell or en·sor·cel \in-ˈsr-səl\

Examples of ENSORCELL

  1. <a dense, dark forest that is the scene for many a tale in which some unsuspecting traveler is ensorcelled by a witch or wizard>

Origin of ENSORCELL

Middle French ensorceler, alteration of Old French ensorcerer, from en- + -sorcerer, from sorcier, sorcer sorcerer — more at sorcery
First Known Use: circa 1541

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