Definition of 'enamour'
Example sentences containing 'enamour'
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Britons are particularly enamoured of shopping on the web. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Others were less enamoured of such show. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)Landlords are likely to be less enamoured with the obligation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And inhabitants of rich countries are no longer much enamoured of such policies. The Sun (2015)But don't forget to provide tranquil safe havens for those not particularly enamoured with footie mania. The Sun (2009)We've been less enamoured with giving the sport a go ourselves. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Others are less enamoured, judging by soundings taken last week. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Nonetheless, he is less than enamoured by the trend. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is less enamoured of ballet's foggy, hierarchical culture. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And are equally enamoured of their son's itinerant showbiz lifestyle, it seems. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just point out that you love him, but aren't particularly enamoured by certain areas of his character. The Sun (2011)So don't pour money down the drain by becoming overly enamoured with en suites - not unless you are feeling very flush. The Sun (2013)
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Definition of enamour from the Collins English Dictionary
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