infatuate[ verb in-fach-oo-eyt; adjective, noun in-fach-oo-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infatuate
Synonyms for infatuate
- significant other
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFATUATE
The infatuate impulse prevailed, to confess and take the consequences.
Our duty is to tame, subjugate, infatuate, and control them.
It will be a remarkable woman that will ever infatuate him now.
Whom the gods destroy they first infatuate—with an opera singer.
But the truth was, I forgot the children, infatuate with the horse.
To infatuate a man is not the same thing as to build a state!
Indeed, the most violent emotion to which he was sensible was one of chagrin over his own infatuate myopia.
Infatuate, who from such a good estrange Your hearts, and bend your gaze on vanity, Alas for you!
But he had an infatuate haughtiness as to the impossibility of his retreating, and as to his right to dictate your course.
Yet we urge it on, mindless and infatuate, and plant the ill-ominous thing in our hallowed citadel.