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At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, I majored in mathematics and physics, but was enamored with the history of ideas.
FIVE SCIENTISTS ON THE HEROES WHO CHANGED THEIR LIVES - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSALAN LIGHTMAN, HOPE JAHREN, ROBERT SAPOLSKY,DECEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
For obvious reasons I wasn't so enamored of the idea of matrimony as I had been a few minutes before.
THE DELUGEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
We are among the "all men" whom Thoreau declared to be "enamored of the beauty of plain speech."
The enamored hussar declared that he was determined to make the tailor's little daughter, Countess W——.
He, for instance, was writing this defense of the Kabbala at the desire of a patron of high position, who was enamored of it.
So at least thought Mendel, and so thought a score of enamored youths beside.
RABBI AND PRIESTMILTON GOLDSMITH
My father, too, enamored of the superior quality of oil produced, purveyed for his vats with diligence and zeal.
The invasion of Can Mallorqu by the braggart and enamored young blades he took as an insult.
THE DEAD COMMANDVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
By the term affinity I mean that enamored feeling which arises in the hearts of those of opposite sex for each other.
For this chanced to be a very beautiful spring day and the girls were more than ever enamored of the situation.

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