Still continuing no less attached to union than enamored of
liberty, they observed the danger which immediately threatened the former and more remotely the latter; and being pursuaded that ample security for both could only be found in a national government more wisely framed, they as with one voice, convened the late convention at Philadelphia, to take that important subject under consideration.
A half-witted boy of the school became enamored of
the young master.
At a very early age--perhaps it was when she traversed the ocean of waving grass--she remembered that she had been passionately enamored of
a dignified and sad-eyed cavalry officer who visited her father in Kentucky.
There is, perhaps, no class of men on the face of the earth, says Captain Bonneville, who lead a life of more continued exertion, peril, and excitement, and who are more enamored of
their occupations, than the free trappers of the West.
Then," continued the marquise, "you are quite enamored of
the Duke of Buckingham -- I mean of M.
Gertrude is enamored of
Guy; how high, how aristocratic, how Roman his mien and manners
to be enamored of
the Night for her own sake; and into this bizarrerie, as into all his others, I quietly fell; giving myself up to his wild whims with a perfect abandon.
If Germany is so enamored of
Forsythe, then perhaps he should remain there.
citizens have been enamored of
the idea of space flight.
Schindele, as her all-American-boy-ish savior (from scene to scene), does a mean cowboy enamored of
corn, a callow New York songwriter, an imprisoned Kander and Ebb writer, and a Che Guevara-like commentator.
Imagine Me & You imagines the Hugh Grant romantic comedy genre with a sapphic twist: Piper Perabo plays a neurotic newlywed enamored of
a female florist.
I once worked for a firm whose CEO became enamored of
reengineering, then a recent fad.
She has left the US enamored of
a wealthy New England student who, as the reader well knows, is not worthy of her.
Just the same, the synthesis of emotion and intellect that Carlos proposes may well provide a timely corrective for a local scene perhaps too enamored of
theory in the '80s and too easily seduced by its antithesis--poetic and abject expression--in the '90s.
Chris Marshall (Ralph Fiennes) is the prince-like congressman who mistakes Lopez for one of his hotel's wealthy guests and soon finds himself enamored of
her charms, engrossed by her politics, and enchanted by her precocious son (Tyler Posey).