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adjective as in enamored

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Example Sentences

She’s immediately smitten, but there’s a problem—her crush has been stuck on the Q train since the 1970s.

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It’s a meet-cute that she manifests into a future, orchestrating run-ins with him until he is smitten.

Kendall is still smitten with Naomi Pierce, who is something like Kendall’s drug-loving counterpart of her own twisted media dynasty.

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August meets a mysterious girl in a leather jacket named Jane, and is instantly smitten.

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The couple were so smitten with the many-layered creation, they urged Safarova to make it known to a wider audience and open a bakery.

XBIZ and AVN award-winning starlet Ariel Rebel is smitten with Spartacus.

There are quotes from both you and Robin Wright about being “smitten” with one another during filming.

By our middle twenties we were smitten even worse by Summer.

He then jumps off a building to go fight crime, leaving Stacy totally smitten—and more than a little apprehensive.

But while friends agree Lighty was deeply smitten with his wife, they have questioned her intent before and during the marriage.

Mrs. Charmington hastened to spread the report that his Royal Highness was seriously smitten.

Smitten in conscience, that landlord hurried out after the missionary and actually begged of him to repeat his visit.

On her part she was smitten with Maxence Gilet, whom she entertained in the house of the old bachelor at the latter's expense.

On another occasion she gave exceedingly good counsel to Mme. de l'Estorade, who was afraid of being smitten with Sallenauve.

Finally he was smitten with Mme. Marneffe, whom he had for mistress and afterwards married when she became a widow in 1843.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smitten, such as: affected, afflicted, infatuated, taken, and stricken.

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