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enamor +‎ -ed

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enamored (comparative more enamored, superlative most enamored)

  1. In love, amorous.
    • 2002, Charles Hebbert, Dan Richardson, The Rough Guide to Budapest, 2nd edition, London: Rough Guides, →ISBN, page 73:
      During the 1980s, its vivid streetlife became a symbol of the “consumer socialism” that distinguished Hungary from other Eastern Bloc states, but Budapesters today are rather less enamoured of Váci: dressed-to-kill babes and their sugar daddies would rather pose in malls, and teenagers can find McDonald's anywhere, leaving Váci utterly dependent on tourists for its livelihood and bustle.
    She's enamored of [or with] her new boyfriend.

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enamored

  1. simple past tense and past participle of enamor

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