enamored of (someone or something)

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enamored of (someone or something)

Infatuated or in love with someone or something. April won't stop talking about her new boyfriend—she's totally enamored of him. Tommy is enamored of baseball right now, so just get him a bat for his birthday.
See also: enamor, of

*enamored of someone or something

to feel love for someone or something. (Often an exaggeration. *Typically: be ~; become ~.) She is hopelessly enamored of Tom. Tom is enamored of chocolate ice cream.
See also: enamor, of
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The main thing that fiction does is rev up the quality of our awareness, make us more involved in the world, more enamored of it," he says.
Not all jewelers are so enamored of it, in spite of the money they can make.
Least enamored of it are younger workers, entrepreneurs, introverts, and many physician managers who think teamwork is time consuming.
Notwithstanding the fact that sixteen authors are involved, the book is written in a distinctive voice, one that sounds somehow like ESPN circa 1993, crossed with an amateur (but highly skilled) quantitative social scientist: witty, sharp, and enamored of its own knowledge yet still endearing.
Ever cutesy and superficial, the film is too enamored of its heroine to ever make really good fun of her or convince us even fleetingly that she won't triumph in the end.