be swept off (one's) feet

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be swept off (one's) feet

To become very quickly or suddenly enamored with or greatly admiring of someone; to be so thoroughly impressed or charmed by someone as to fall greatly in love with them. I think the reason Jane gets so suddenly invested in new relationships is because she loves being swept off her feet. I was completely swept off my feet when I met my late wife, so now, I can't imagine life without her.
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THE PERFECT GUY (15) AN UNLUCKY-IN-LOVE woman is swept off her feet by a guy who seems absolutely perfect in a clunky stalker thriller that's anything but.
Ross accompanies Verity to the bash, where she's swept off her feet by the dashing Captain Andrew Blamey.
One of us said how she was literally swept off her feet once by a broad-shouldered man who was a super confident ballroom dancer.
Bride Alexis is swept off her feet by new hubby Paul - with a little help from the chaps in the wedding party, above
Samantha released On Dublin Street - the story of an American woman who moves to Edinburgh's New Town and is swept off her feet by a dashing millionaire property developer - online in August last year.
PIERS MORGAN'S LIFE STORIES: BRITT EKLAND ITV, 9pm Britt Ekland came to the UK in 1964 and was immediately swept off her feet by Peter Sellers, who asked her to marry him following a whirlwind, 10-day romance.
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Corrie favourite Tina O'Brien has been swept off her feet by a super-fit dark knight.
A 16-year-old Oxford candidate is swept off her feet by Peter Sarsgaard.
She went to work for the Lord Lumber Company, where she says she was swept off her feet by Russell Peck.
SHE has been swept off her feet by his cha-cha-charm and chiselled good looks.
But she's swept off her feet by suave, much older David (Sarsgaard), who chats her up at a bus stop and introduces her to a glamorous new world of sports cars, jazz clubs, posh restaurants and art auctions.
But she's swept off her feet by suave and much older David (Peter Sarsgaard), who introduces her to a glamorous new world of sports cars, jazz clubs, posh restaurants and fine art auctions.
My Family (BBC1, 8pm) Tonight it's the 100th anniversary of this comedy series and Susan is swept off her feet at an Eastern European airport.