Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative form of unenamoured.

Etymologies

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un- +β€Ž enamored

Examples

  • _Later: _ For a man who doted on crime prevention, Inspector Queen seemed extraordinarily unenamored of this particular opportunity.

    The Body Ricardo

  • This decade saw the advent of reality TV, launched by Fox in February, 2000 with Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire, ushering in an era where people became so unenamored of their own reality that they chose to escape to someone else's.

    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: The Alternate Reality Decade

  • While remaining unenamored of traditional Judaism, she now recites Kabbalistic meditations daily, saying that β€œto think about something bigger than yourself is so cool, to get out of your own ego and stuff.”

    Roseanne.

  • Then she would have been utterly under the heel of the succeeding prince, a nephew of her husband, unenamored of foreigners and avowedly determined to enforce on his uncle's widow the Indian custom of seclusion.

    Guns of the Gods

  • The prize for most conspicuous acrobatic performance on a jittery weekend goes to Ahmed el-Shahat, the Egyptian who scaled the 20-story Cairo tower that holds the embassy of Israel in relative safety above a city unenamored of the Jewish state.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • And both seem equally unenamored by their new uber star status, especially Kristen.

    Hellomagazine.com - Home updates

  • But a Zogby Interactive poll finds plenty of people unenamored of that name.

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