infatuated with

infatuated with (someone or something)

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

to be in love with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; become ~.) She is infatuated with John. John is infatuated with chocolate ice cream.
See also: infatuated
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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She was one of those people who are infatuated with patent medicines and all new-fangled methods of producing health or mending it.
Some were so infatuated with their apprehensions that they undertook to describe the camp of the Portuguese, and affirmed that they had heard the report of their cannons.
A girl of technically gentle birth, she also had been a member of Sir William Temple's household, was infatuated with Swift, and followed him to Ireland.
Miss Vanhomrigh, like 'Stella,' was infatuated with Swift, and like her followed him to Ireland, and for nine years, as has been said, he
I sever dreamed that Charlie was the sort of man to get infatuated with anyone.
Do we really support Bernie Sanders' policies or is it the idea of Bernie Sanders that we are infatuated with? Was support for Obama the result of what he did or who we thought he was?
He said: "I am satisfied you became involved in this atrocity because you were infatuated with Iwanowski."
Mr Justice Edis said: "I am satisfied you became involved in this atrocity because you were infatuated with Iwanowski."
Graham Russell, prosecuting, said despite the parents banning their children from using social media, the daughter met a boy on Facebook and used a pin to etch his name after becoming infatuated with him.
The Court of Appeal heard Cook, who was based at RAF Shawbury, in Shropshire, became infatuated with the woman while on a training course.
Being infatuated with the pimp game, infatuated with reggae music, infatuated with gangsta shit--all of that engulfs me.
Most of us have been infatuated with someone at some point in our lives and it does hurt when the feeling isn't mutual.
Tell her that you either suspect something is going on or that your son is infatuated with her.
The film, which stars newbie teenager Shivam, is a story of a teenage boy who gets infatuated with Poonam.
It would seem from the constant inclusion of letters from this person that you are infatuated with this individual's writings.