infatuated

[ verb in-fach-oo-eyt; adjective, noun in-fach-oo-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infatuated

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This was the consequence of his infatuated attachment to Lady Hamilton.

I must be infatuated, or I should scorn to regret him as I do.

I went to all the bull-fights, and was infatuated with them.

Her infatuated husband thought he was getting along famously.

Ultimately he became so infatuated by her that he asked her to marry him, which she agreed to do.

And something of her feelings must have been plain to any but his infatuated ears.

He is infatuated and bitterly jealous, and he is a man who knows no law but his own will.

“You are infatuated with the fellow,” he remarked, without opening his eyes.

I must manage to get rid of him, and that speedily, or my infatuated uncle will be adopting him.

"They haven't heard the last of it yet, you bet," continued the infatuated stranger.

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