ensorcelled


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under a spell

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He disagreed with Sarah's notion that she was ensorcelled by Virgil.
The night before the quest for the Holy Grail is to begin, every adult in King Arthur's castle nods off into ensorcelled slumber.
Two other stories are dystopias: one about two brothers who are ensorcelled by the money they find in the apartment of a dead, miserly housemaid, and the other about the breakdown of a community of pet shop animals who fail to value their commonalities while insisting on their species-and specious-differences.
One winter night at a party, made bold by some Chablis, we snuggled, touched, groped, kissed -- and I remember being completely ensorcelled, enchanted.
Living a solitary life near the sea with her father, Arnaq became ensorcelled by a fulmar (seabird) shaman named Qaqulluk who wooed her with tuneful singing promises, filled with deception.
It had ensorcelled a whiteman and diverted the economic benefits of logging to coastal big men in the same way as sorcery had always consolidated their power and wealth.
English racism against Africans has ensorcelled Ocol's mind: "He says we are all Kaffirs" (35), sending him back to his homeland self-hating and destructive of the very people he was raised to protect and guide:
Such philosophers, refusing to recognize the postmodern semiotic revolution, are "sleepwalkers, as it were, now in an intellectual culture which can no longer avoid the Way of Signs, but ensorcelled in a circle of 'epistemology' and 'critical philosophy' determined not to see beyond itself, veritable zombies of philosophy.
Banks such Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns, and Morgan Stanley, the three stars of Wall Street, were left to fall in the trap of toxic derivatives until they sank in them, as these banks were ensorcelled by their hunger for quick and high profits.
Petite and almond-eyed, hobbled by bound feet or legs wrapped tight in kimono, inculcated in ways to serve men, the Asian female ensorcelled.