enamored[ ih-nam-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF enamored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENAMORED
So at least thought Mendel, and so thought a score of enamored youths beside.
"Surrounded by enamored admirers, no doubt," remarked the clerk.
Seizing her by the arm, she lifted her on her shoulder and ran off with her to the enamored prince.
He described the particulars of his person with the detail of one enamored of a hero.
Then the enamored old gentleman kissed her hand, and took his leave.
That is a Caskian idea, by the way; about the only one Elodia is enamored of.
Nor did one care to imitate that enamored chieftain of the Cheyennes.
He was also enamored with the young woman and became a frequent visitor.
Out of the wood do not desire to go, said the enamored queen.
Enamored swains haunted the schoolhouse at the hour of dismissal.