- From French en amour = literally in love (Wiktionary)
“It is distasteful," said Dolly; "but the truth is I am so downright, -- what you may call enamoured --”
“I am so downright, — what you may call enamoured —’”
“Mr O'Keeffe, who had formed deep bonds with a number of families in the community, was remembered as a man who was 'enamoured' of the world.”
“enamoured" by dance partner Damian Whitewood, but added that she is currently "single".”
“I wasn't too enamoured with our first‑half display," Hughes said.”
“His own father, blithe gadabout Edward VII 1901-1910 was solely a horse racing buff who was oblivious to his subjects becoming, in his lifetime, suddenly and overwhelmingly enamoured with ball games.”
“I have to admit I have been rather enamoured with Lindsay's blog lately.”
“Kwaque queried back, taking for granted that it was an offer to exchange and wondering whether the little old cook had become enamoured of his precious jews 'harp.”
“However much she may enjoy their gaudy nights, she is less enamoured of him by day: one of Cattrall's best moments is her look of disgusted horror when the defeated Antony, burying himself in her lap, jeopardises her possible alliance with Caesar by ordering his messenger to be whipped.”
“The timing of Ai exhibiting in London could not be more fortuitous: his installation opens four days after the Nobel peace prize committee in Stockholm had shown itself less enamoured of China's regime than politicians and businessmen when awarding the prize to imprisoned dissident Liu Xiaobo.”
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