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Sentence count:32+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-09Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: crazydottygagain loveinfatuatedsmittensoft ontaken withSimilar words: in a momentin the name ofamorousamorphousmoremoresanymoreno moreMeaning: [ɪ'næmə]  adj. marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness. 
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1. I became totally enamored of the wildflowers there.
2. Her beauty enamored the prince.
3. Charley is not all that enamored of Paris.
4. It could become so enamored with quantity-gaining more and more members-that it loses any capacity to make qualitative judgments.
5. Today Deerfield is a destination for anyone enamored of bygone days.
6. But others in the company were so enamored of the idea that they urged the Macintosh team to move in that direction.
7. Although domestic auto producers may not be enamored of it, it is good for consumers.
8. Most visitors to London are enamored with the city.
9. He became [ was ] enamored of Jenny.
10. She really was not enamored of Drollet.
11. The Romans were enamored with the smell of roses.
12. The prince was enamored, of the girl.
13. He became enamored of a girl in New York.
14. Ren became enamored with Jessica's fiery spirit, and held her captive as his own personal guest.
15. I became a dietitian not because I'm enamored of nutrients but because I love food.
16. I remember being very young and being totally enamored of him.
17. Pinto says .'In particular both parties got enamored with unrealistically and quickly growing the homeownership rate.
18. You are enamored by the and in turn the Fish needs your practical direction.
19. My 12 - year - old daughter is enamored with the movie star Brad Pitt.
20. Many Chinese have become more enamored with corporate executives than revolutionaries.
21. I am especially enamored with the new Drivers Assistance Package.
21. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
22. I have to say that I'm not enamored of the countryside.
23. They two are enamored.
24. She quickly became enamored with folk performers like the Weavers, and was soon performing with Pete Seeger, a founding member of the Weavers who lived in the same building as the Travers family.
25. Both Dennis and Gustave had at various times in the recent past been passionately enamored with me, or so I suspected.
26. Others said the C & D brain trust were enamored with the fact that Faith was so young.
27. When he was 14, his parents divorced, he was enamored of music more seriously.
28. He would use it to get what he wanted without compunction if it would help, but not as though he was enamored of it; rather as if he deemed people beneath contempt for being influenced by it.
29. Johnson's catchphrases - was created by two designers in Austin enamored of Mr.
30. Much has been said of Massachusetts' colorful autumns, but I am more enamored by its deep green summers, so in June I embarked to Williamstown.
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