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.
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*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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If you go to Cayes Jacmel and become enamored of one of these large model ships, with its miniature rigging, sails, and meticulous details, don't worry about carrying it home.
Well, one of the travel agents became so enamored of one of the female ice dancers that he stood up and began singing a song to her and then tried to get the audience to join along.
And when you wanted to make love, if you were enamored of one of their girls, there was no need for all those preliminaries: "I'd like to eat at your house because I'd like to get to know your mother....
The chapter offers a warning to would-be biographers, however, that one must not become so enamored of ones thesis as to fall into the trap of "distorting or ignoring evidence that contradicts" the story the biographer wishes to tell (108).