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enamored
Definition:
marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness; " she was crazy about him"; " gaga over the rock group's new album"; " he was infatuated with her"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
enamored, in love, infatuated, potty, smitten, soft on, taken with.
amative
sisterly, overindulgent.
amorous
amative, amatory, aphrodisiac, ardent, attached, doting, enamored, erotic, hot, impassioned, in love, lovesick, lustful, passionate, romantic, tender, turned on, sweet on, boy crazy, girl crazy, have a crush on, lovey dovey, sexy, sweet for, hot and heavy, horny*.
bewitched
ensorcelled, head over heels, mesmerized, possessed, spellbound, transformed, hung up, under a spell, fallen for, gaga about, have a bug in one's ear, have a thing about, mad about.
crazy
eager, fanatical, hysterical, keen, mad, wild, zealous, beside oneself.
enamored
amorous, besotted, bewitched, captivated, charmed, devoted, dotty, enchanted, enraptured, entranced, fascinated, fond, hooked, infatuated, loving, smitten, taken, Attracted, crazy about, nuts about, stuck on, wild about, has a thing about, silly about, swept off one's feet.
enthusiastic
avid, born-again, eager, enthusiastic, fervent, hooked, keen, motivated, wholehearted, mad about something.
fascinated
absorbed, aroused, beguiled, dazzled, delighted, engrossed, enthralled, excited, hypnotized, intoxicated, overpowered, seduced, sent, thrilled, titillated, transfixed, Enticed, Tantalized, Transported, fond of, in love with, sold on.
fond
addicted, adoring, affectionate, caring, indulgent, lovesome, mushy, partial, predisposed, responsive, sentimental, sympathetic, warm, lovey-dovey, keen on, silly over.
hooked
dependent, obsessed, prone, under the influence, strung out.
infatuated
foolish, inflamed, carried away, far gone on.
loving
admiring, amiable, anxious, appreciative, attentive, benevolent, bound up, concerned, considerate, cordial, dear, demonstrative, earnest, expressive, faithful, fervent, friendly, generous, idolatrous, kind, liking, loyal, reverent, reverential, solicitous, thoughtful, worshipful, Respecting, Valuing, Warm-hearted.
taken with
taken with, partial to, hot for, enamored of, carried away with, gaga over, smitten with.
noun
captivated
enchanted, fascinated.
enamored
crazy, dotty, gaga, in love, infatuated, loving, smitten, soft on, taken with.
verb
enamor
attract, bewitch, charm, enchant, endear, enrapture, enthrall, entice, entrance, grab, infatuate, please, slay, turn on, fall in love with, make hit with, sweep off feet.
Examples of usage:
  1. The enamored Greville refused. – Superwomen by Albert Payson Terhune
  2. He sat late with them that evening, and, from words which fell now and then in the talk, they gathered that while he was even more enamored than ever of his wife the haughty beauty herself was far from being content with her lot. – The Great Mogul by Louis Tracy
  3. Something of gentle resignation in her tone struck the Frenchman's sense of chivalry; had she been like any ordinary woman, bent on conquest, he would have taken a mischievous delight in inventing a long list of fair ones supposed to be deeply enamored of Errington's good looks,- but this girl's innocent inquiring face inspired him with quite a different sentiment. – Thelma by Marie Corelli
  4. The arms of love should not cut, nor should the enamored lance break or wound! – The White Knight: Tirant lo Blanc by Joanot Martorell and Marti Johan d'Galba
  5. For obvious reasons I wasn't so enamored of the idea of matrimony as I had been a few minutes before. – The Deluge by David Graham Phillips

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