I wasn't so enamoured with the ancients as I thought I was; but I was enamoured with your contemplation of my pose.
We were by this time not enamoured of campaigning in any large degree, from our own experience of it.
Had I my illusions, I might imagine that my wife must be some woman of whom I should be enamoured.
It was her beauty had made appeal to him, even as his beauty had enamoured her.
To be enamoured of such qualities as these is a proof itself of a true lover's nature.
Nor was he enamoured of any reputation, the essentials of which he had not laboriously achieved.
Abide, therefore, and do battle as though you were enamoured of victory.
The brother is not enamoured of his own sister, nor the father of his own daughter; some other man must be the lover.
I suppose nobody, certainly not its promoter, is enamoured of this.
I rather incline to think that some one else may be enamoured of her.