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Word: enamored

Definition: in love; Ex. enamored of his own beauty; V. enamor: inspire with love

Sentences Containing 'enamored'

"(Note: in Greek mythology, Hermes killed a tortoise to create the first lyre, which he traded to Apollo who was enamored by its music.)".
After she took it she was enamored by the great names of cinema and decided to enter the film industry.
At first he escapes from his academic life by immersing himself into a world of miniatures (after becoming enamored with the miniature houses on display at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), eventually creating a puppet called "Little Brain" and leaving the academy for television.
At over 600 names it is not definitive, but the list supports the idea that many Alabamians were enamored enough of the coach to name their children in his honor.
Bloomfield had become enamored of work by John Coltrane in that area, especially his incorporation of ideas from Indian raga music.
City Editor Gus Haynes becomes suspicious, but his superiors are enamored of Templeton.
Cooper was reportedly more enamored with the Southern colonies than New York, and frequently took to "rambles" there.
During a food riot Rudolph's mistress, the Countess Strada (Germaine Aussey), is rescued by the enamored De Trignac (Roger Cuchesne) who gets hurt in the process.
Enamored with the possibility of acquiring Bavaria, Joseph encouraged successful raids against the Prussian troops.
Even as he served as a Titular Councillor, drafting legal protocols, in Catherine’s Civil Service, he lauded revolutionaries like George Washington and praised the early stages of the French Revolution, and found himself enamored of the Russian Freemason, Nicholas Ivanovich Novikov, whose publication “The Drone” offered the first public critiques of the government, particularly with regards to serfdom.
In "Cartman's Incredible Gift", when a serial killer strikes South Park, Yates becomes enamored with the idea that Cartman has psychic powers that can capture the killer, and dismisses proven criminal science such as fingerprinting and blood analysis as "hocus pocus".
Jones was particularly enamored with Egypt; the lotus design was inspired by the Temples of Karnak and Dr. Naismith's name is engraved on all four sides in Latin and Arabic scripts, Chinese characters, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Kilcrop accepts the assignment only after Niko—with whom he has become enamored—urges him to take the job.
Lady Liberty is later returned to the surface by Metlar's own accord when he finds himself "less than enamored" by her incessant nagging.
Peggy Ahwesh went to Antioch College, where she became enamored with the works of radical artists and filmmakers like Paul Sharits, Carolee Schneeman and Joyce Wieland.
Rourke got the part and immediately became enamored with acting.
Shortly after (episode 11 12), Metlar's mind was affected by a chemical love potion inadvertently brewed by Earth Corps, which saw the enamored monster elope with the Statue of Liberty.
This changes one day when a new girl named Angelina starts attending his class, causing Rink to become enamored of her.
Willner became enamored with the burgeoning electronic music scene in the mid-1990s.

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