a dense, dark forest that is the scene for many a tale in which some unsuspecting traveler is ensorcelled by a witch or wizard
Recent Examples on the WebWith its slow turn toward inanity, the sketch also satirized the romantic tolls of war and the ease with which dissatisfied citizens can be ensorcelled by demagogues.
Hannah Giorgis, The Atlantic, 6 Oct. 2019 Featuring a young girl casting a spell over the object of her affection, tarot cards and love potions come into play as the juvenile witch dresses up maturely to meet her ensorcelled date.
Tamar Herman, Billboard, 12 Jan. 2018 The poems leapt off the page: ungoverned, astronomical, astrological, indigenous (but from where?), witty, ensorcelling, and brave.
Lucie Brock-broido, The New Yorker, 4 Feb. 2017
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