- v. present participle of enamor.
“With his trademark whimsical charm and enamoring banter, we were regaled with anecdotes of truth through power, intelligence beyond faith, conviction for our present system of economics, and sense of pride and nationalism that would cause even the strongest cynics of our American system to shed a tear of pride.”
“The way she flaunted her sex appeal was enamoring.”
“There was nothing, so enamoring of the Iranian president that anyone can credibly assume that his appearance generated any widened appeal for his objected views on Jews, gays, or God.”
“Anaheim doesn't have a 20-game winner or a 50-homer hitter, but that's what's so enamoring about this team.”
“As a Jew, he began to focus more and more on the situation in the Middle East, especially after a particularly enamoring sojourn in Jerusalem.”
“There is something so versatile and enamoring about this lamp, in person they just draw you right in … fun to see the way the family has grown and evolved from the original modular design.”
“Stylelist. com The Rapunzel-locked lovelies on Nanette Lepore's Fall 2010 runway looked like they had stepped straight out of, enamoring seen-it-all”
“Stylelist. com The Rapunzel-locked lovelies on Nanette Lepore's Fall 2010 runway looked like they had stepped straight out of, enamoring seen-it-all fashion statement on the red carpet while honoring tradition at the same”
“The new batch of songs spans all genres and influences, all the while staying faithful to their distinct style, sharp wit, and the infectious and enamoring exuberance of their renowned live shows.”
“[Reply] 9CL: So in the end, Edna gets singing lessons while enamoring two men at the same time,”
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