verb (used with object)
to bewitch: The beauty of the moon ensorcelled them.
Also, ensorcel.

1535–45; < Middle French ensorceler to bewitch, dissimilated variant of ensorcerer. See en-1, sorcerer

ensorcellment, noun
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