Definition of 'infatuated'
Example sentences containing 'infatuated'
You always said... "'You don't imagine I was going to confess being hopelessly infatuated ever since I laid eyes on you.AN OLDER WOMAN (1998)
When Nora had first seen him haranguing a crowd of amazed churchgoers, she was immediately infatuated.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1998)
Charley, he wasn't just a foolish man, going through a crisis of middle-age by becoming infatuated with a much younger woman.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1998)
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