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How to use infatuated in a sentence

It now became evident, even to the infatuated Gray, that Mrs. Irvin was laboring under the influence of tremendous excitement.
DOPESAX ROHMER
In the meantime he was completely infatuated, and trotted about after Sarah like an old turkey cock.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
I confess, honestly, that during this conversation I felt somewhat impatient with my dear, infatuated friend.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He thought he could see very plainly Brodrick's hand, his power over the infatuated Jinny.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
Yet for sooth, they must be spared the discomfort of becoming a little infatuated with a woman for a time—a short time, at worst!
THE DAUGHTERS OF DANAUSMONA CAIRD
The reader would smile to read the infatuated simple reasons with which the bishop endeavoured to delude the ignorant.
FOX'S BOOK OF MARTYRSJOHN FOXE
In the chamber next to that occupied by the infatuated Figgins lodged a Turk, Bosja by name.
JACK HARKAWAY'S BOY TINKER AMONG THE TURKSBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
Verinder had not yet gone, and he was very much infatuated with her.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
A man, and older than she, they scorned him for letting an infatuated girl throw her life away like that.
FIDELITYSUSAN GLASPELL
He had by this time formed an infatuated attachment for Lady Hamilton, which totally weaned his affections from his wife.
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WORDS RELATED TO INFATUATED

  • absorbed
  • affected
  • beside oneself
  • captivated
  • concerned
  • delirious
  • dizzy
  • drunk
  • ecstatic
  • elated
  • enraptured
  • euphoric
  • excited
  • exhilarated
  • galvanized
  • high
  • infatuated
  • interested
  • moved
  • piqued
  • sent
  • stimulated
  • turned-on
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