enamour

VERB
  1. attract; cause to be enamored
    She captured all the men's hearts
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How To Use enamour In A Sentence

  • Guardastagno (forgetting the lawes of respect and loyall friendship) became overfondly enamoured, expressing the same by such outward meanes, that the Lady her selfe tooke knowledge thereof, and not with any dislike, as it seemed, but rather lovingly entertained; yet she grew not so forgetfull of her honour and estimation, as the other did of faith to his friend. The Decameron
  • The local community council in what is a mixed residential district however is not as enamoured.
  • The harlequin is enamoured of a young dancer who has been forced to marry the proprietor of the troupe.
  • I'm not too enamoured with the idea of spending a whole day with him.
  • A Kolathiri king was enamoured of the beauty of Kunjaadi, a member of the family.
  • Alexander the Great, enamoured of his Theban captive Campaspe, gives her freedom and engages Apelles to paint her portrait.
  • As a teenager, I was very enamoured of the deepness of black.
  • She quickly became enamoured with his style of writing, entranced by his wordsmith abilities and the evident wisdom of his words.
  • He is less enamoured of ballet's foggy, hierarchical culture. Times, Sunday Times
  • Alexander the Great, enamoured of his Theban captive Campaspe, gives her freedom and engages Apelles to paint her portrait.
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