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Ensnare vs. Ensorcell

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Ensnareverb

To entrap; to catch in a snare or trap.

Ensorcellverb

(transitive) To bewitch or enchant.

Ensnareverb

To entangle; to enmesh.

Ensorcellverb

(transitive) To bind or wrap with a thrown rope.

Ensnareverb

To catch in a snare. See Insnare.

Ensorcellverb

enchant; fascinate

‘he was a child when the power of a mythic image first ensorcelled him’;

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Ensnareverb

take or catch as if in a snare or trap;

‘I was set up!’; ‘The innocent man was framed by the police’;

Ensnareverb

catch in or as if in a trap;

‘The men trap foxes’;

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