besotted

[ bih-sot-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF besotted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BESOTTED

If you are not besotted to that man, I am sure you will like it.

They were greedy, and, in their besotted avarice, they killed the goose.

But on beholding the laundress' besotted face, she tremblingly drew back.

That flabby, burly man, happy and besotted, was his own father!

Against all this misfortune even my besotted optimism could not prevail.

Of all its sorrows and failures, its frantic follies and its besotted sins.

He was so besotted with the creature that he refused to listen to me.

She wormed out of the besotted wretch the secrets of our Order.

For was it not he who had been so besotted with the Clown, and keen about its training?

He was so besotted by the demon that life could henceforth be only a misery to him, and a stumbling-block to her.

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