Word (and Verse) of the Month:
ensorcell

Words, I think, are the one great exhaustless
charm and resource of life
Gamaliel Bradford (1863-1932)
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ensorcell,
verb (en sor’ sǝl)
Sometimes seen as ensorcel – (one “l”) –

as in the Kilpatrick quote below.

To enchant, bewitch, fascinate, cast a spell upon.
Use sorcery on, becharm, beguile, spellbind,
mesmerize, bedevil.
E.g., Her writing sparkles, and her plots and
characters ensorcell.

From the Old French ensorcerer, from en- + -
sorcerer, from sorcier (a sorcerer)


. . .Believe me, I am not against exotic words.
I love them. I venerate them. They ensorcel
me! Got that?

James J. Kilpatrick (1920-2010),
Chicago Sun-Times, Nov. 24, 2002.
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Words beguile.  
And sparkling style
can put me in a trance.

Speech disarms.
Spellbinds.  Charms.
Clever verse enchants.

Phrases apt
compel my rapt
attention and applause.

Poetry
ensorcells me –
fascinates and awes.
SAJones 7/2015