infatuation

[ in-fach-oo-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF infatuation

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If she had, now, she might cure some decent girl of her infatuation.

But the wrath of the father rose afresh at sight of her "infatuation."

And it was well for me that I did hear it; for nothing less could have cured my infatuation.

She looked as beautiful as ever, and I could not wonder at my friend's infatuation.

He had kept the news of his grandson's infatuation and engagement even from his wife.

And if I turned to you in my hour of need, as you remind me, needs that be a sign of my infatuation?

For she imagined the scorn and the infatuation as still existing together.

The infatuation of the servant-girl class for the military is surprisin'.

It reads like infatuation now that I go calmly over it; but I acceded.

I remember, of course; and I confess frankly that I could never understand that infatuation.

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