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Collins English Dictionary
verb1. a past participle ofsmiteadjective2. (postpositive)affected by love (for)
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1. graded adjective & adjective [usu v-link ADJ]If you are smitten, you find someone so attractive that you are or seem to be in love with them. [+ with/by] ⇒ They were totally smitten with each other.2. graded adjective [usu v-link ADJ, oft ADJwith/by n]If you are smittenby something, you are very impressed by it and enthusiastic about it. ⇒ Simon Fraser was smitten by the landscapes he found in the wild southwest of the United States.3. Smitten is the pastparticiple of smite.
Example sentences containing 'smitten'
By the time they finallydecided to live together, Timothy Duane would be totally smitten.Adair, Tom (Intro) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIESA man who was really smitten wouldn't have wanted one of his minions nosing into her knicker drawer.Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATIONAnd maybe it was the booze, or the whole lovely day, but Mahoney was smitten.Davis, John Gordon SEIZE THE RECKLESS WINDMaybe the Princetruly will be smitten with love for Clara, your own Cinderella!Gregory Maguire CONFESSIONS OF AN UGLY STEPSISTER