from The Century Dictionary.

  • To inflame with love; charm; captivate: used chiefly in the past participle, with of or with before the person or thing: as, to be enamoured of a lady; to be enamoured of or with books or science.
  • Synonyms To fascinate, bewitch.

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  • verb UK Alternative spelling of enamor.

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  • verb attract; cause to be enamored


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  • I love my car

    I'll admit today I've gone too far

    To enamour myself of my little motor car

    I love my dog

    I love my pussy cat, I love the rat

    That lives under the floor and makes his bed from novelettes.

    (I love my car, by Belle and Sebastian)

    November 12, 2008