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The quality of capturing, delaying, or confining through various means, nefarious or otherwise.
1) "It was so hard to get out of bed this morning! My boyfriend's ensnarishment knew no bounds!"

2)"I don't really care to open a Google+ account, but their ensnarishment is so profound, how can I resist forever?"

3)It was a valiant effort, but even with the most powerful solid fuel boosters available, the North Korean rocket could not escape the ensnarishment of Earth's gravitational field.
by ChaucerLite November 18, 2013
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